By Harold Bloom
Literary critic Harold Bloom's The Western Canon is greater than a required interpreting list-it is a imaginative and prescient. Infused with a love of studying, compelling in its arguments for a unifying written tradition, it argues brilliantly opposed to the politicization of literature and offers a advisor to the nice works of the western literary tradition and crucial writers of the a while. The Western Canon used to be nominated for the nationwide e-book Critics Circle Award.
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