RE: [mythsoc] Whoop!
>> It had to come, and how I've wished for it!Omigad! This sounds too funny for words; wonder if Crews did a parody of Camille Paglia? (One of my fave lit-critters, almost a walking parody herself. Yet her pen is sharp as a scalpel. She studied under Harold Bloom, though, so it may not have been necessary to include her.) ---djb
>> POSTMODERN POOH
>> By Frederick Crews
>> North Point. 175 pp. $22
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- I actually can't wait to read this. In my undergraduate literary theory
class I took in England, we studied the Pooh Perplex and learned to apply
literary theory by first looking at Winnie the Pooh in class.
>From: Janet Croft <jbcroft@...>_________________________________________________________________
>Subject: RE: [mythsoc] Whoop!
>Date: Thu, 04 Oct 2001 08:24:14 -0500
>Sounds hilarious! As someone embarking on the tenure track, it sounds like
>required reading for me!
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> It had to come, and how I've wished for it!
> POSTMODERN POOH
> By Frederick Crews
> North Point. 175 pp. $22
> See full review at <A
> Now We Are Tenured (washingtonpost.com)</A>
> The Mythopoeic Society website http://www.mythsoc.org
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