Re: [mythsoc] Harold Bloom
- In a message dated 9/29/01 1:02:38 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
> If this refers to Bloom's book "Stories and Poems for ExtremelyNo, no, no. Mary Stolzenbach had asked what books of Kipling's are on the
> Intelligent Children of All Ages", one has to wonder if Bloom ever
> actually read all of Kilping's verse - or if, in fact, the "Complete
> Verse" (whatever that is, whenever published) does not contain ALL of
> Kipling's verse.
list in Bloom's book _The Western Canon_. I've never seen the book you refer
to, so I can't speak about it.
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- In a message dated 9/30/01 12:11:03 AM Central Daylight Time,
> I second Diamond's reference to Homer (whoever he was).Homer... Simpson? That warn't me.
Are you saying that THE ODYSSEY is more renowned than THE ILIAD? Would THE
ODYSSEY count as the sequel, anyway? I dunno.