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Taking Risks

James Gindin

‘Transatlantic literary critical lenses are no more immune from distortion than are any others.’

Transatlantic literary critical lenses are no more immune from distortion than are any others. Recently, these lenses have been more often compounded with generosity than with insularity, a fairly typical example of which is evident in David Lodge’s review in the Guardian of Granta’s issue on Am…


James Gindin

James Gindin was the author of a number of works including Postwar British Fiction: New Accents and Attitudes (University of California Press). He was Professor of English at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. He died in 1994.

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