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  1. Academic Capitalism and Literary Value (1991)
    3 Reviews
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    Aesthetic Subversions (Review)
    Wild Orchids and Trotsky, by Mark Edmundson
    1. Wild Orchids and Trotsky by Mark Edmundson
    The Hudson Review, Summer 1993, pp. 409-414
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    Andrew Ross, Democritus Junior, and the Curse of Postmodernism (2 Reviews)
    The Chicago Gangster Theory of Life, by Andrew Ross
    1. The Chicago Gangster Theory of Life by Andrew Ross
    2. Another Turn of the Crank by Wendell Berry
    The Hudson Review, Summer 1996, pp. 323-330
  4. Reviews
    Anthony Storr (2 Reviews)
    Redrawing the Circle of Illness and Health
    1. Solitude by Anthony Storr
    2. Churchill's Black Dog, Kafka's Mice, and Other Phenomena of the Human Mind by Anthony Storr
    The Hudson Review, Autumn 1989, pp. 479-483
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    Cracked Thinking (Review)
    Dogmatic Wisdom, by Russell Jacoby
    1. Dogmatic Wisdom by Russell Jacoby
    The Hudson Review, Winter 1995, pp. 667-672
  6. Reviews
    David Gelernter, Aesthetic Misfit? (2 Reviews)
    Drawing Life, by David H. Gelernter
    1. Drawing Life by David H. Gelernter
    2. Machine Beauty by David H. Gelernter
    The Hudson Review, Summer 1998, pp. 417-424
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    Deconstructing Literary History (Review)
    Is Literary History Possible?, by David Perkins
    1. Is Literary History Possible? by David Perkins
    The Hudson Review, Autumn 1992, pp. 499-504
  8. Reviews
    The Demons of Deconstruction (Review)
    Signs of the Times, by David Lehman
    1. Signs of the Times by David Lehman
    The Hudson Review, Autumn 1991, pp. 485-490
  9. Ecology and Ecstasy on Interstate 80
    The Hudson Review, Spring 1998, pp. 65-78
  10. Ecology and Ideology
    The Hudson Review, Spring 1992, pp. 23-36
  11. Reviews
    Ford Madox Ford Unmuddled? (Review)
    Ford Madox Ford, by Alan Judd
    1. Ford Madox Ford by Alan Judd
    The Hudson Review, Winter 1992, pp. 649-658
  12. Reviews
    Genius or Fudge? (Review)
    The Clouded Alembics of Magister Poe
    1. Edgar A. Poe by Kenneth Silverman
    The Hudson Review, Summer 1992, pp. 301-309
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    Himmelfarb, Mill, and the Dodges of Liberty (Review)
    On Looking Into the Abyss, by Gertrude Himmelfarb
    1. On Looking Into the Abyss by Gertrude Himmelfarb
    The Hudson Review, Autumn 1994, pp. 503-510
  14. Holroyd/Strachey/Shaw
    Art and Archives in Literary Biography
    The Hudson Review, Summer 1989, pp. 201-221
  15. Reviews
    Humanities Beleaguered (Review)
    Literature Lost, by John M. Ellis
    1. Literature Lost by John M. Ellis
    The Hudson Review, Winter 1998, pp. 649-655
  16. Essays
    Leonard Woolf and His Virgins
    The Hudson Review, Winter 1986, pp. 551-569
  17. Books
    Literary Companions (Review)
    The Oxford Companion to English Literature, by Margaret Drabble
    1. The Oxford Companion to English Literature by Margaret Drabble
    The American Scholar, Summer 1986, pp. 410-417
  18. The Lives and Deaths of Charlotte Bronte
    A Case of Literary Politics
    The Hudson Review, Summer 1987, pp. 233-250
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    The Mindless Cunning of Dreams (Review)
    Seeing in the Dark, by Bert O. States
    1. Seeing in the Dark by Bert O. States
    The Hudson Review, Autumn 1997, pp. 515-518
  20. Music
    Eyes of Blue, Ears of Tin
    The New Republic, July 20, 1968, pp. 40-41
  21. My Science Wars
    The Hudson Review, Winter 1997, pp. 599-609
  22. Essays
    Myths and Mishegaas
    Robert Graves and Laura Riding
    The Hudson Review, Summer 1991, pp. 189-202
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    Nervous Rapprochments (Review)
    The New History and the Old, by Gertrude Himmelfarb
    1. The New History and the Old by Gertrude Himmelfarb
    The Hudson Review, Summer 1988, pp. 377-383
  24. Reviews
    O, Paglia Mia! (Review)
    Vamps and Tramps, by Camille Paglia
    1. Vamps and Tramps by Camille Paglia
    The Hudson Review, Summer 1995, pp. 308-316
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    One Type of Ambiguity (Review)
    An Appetite for Poetry, by Frank Kermode
    1. An Appetite for Poetry by Frank Kermode
    The American Scholar, Autumn 1990, pp. 622-625
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    Out of This World (Review)
    Petrushka and the Dancer, by Morine Krissdottir and John Cowper Powys
    1. Petrushka and the Dancer by Morine Krissdottir and John Cowper Powys
    The American Scholar, Summer 1996, pp. 475-477
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    Peter Conrad, Modernist Rhetor (Review)
    Modern Times, Modern Places, by Peter Conrad
    1. Modern Times, Modern Places by Peter Conrad
    The Hudson Review, Autumn 1999, pp. 521-527
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    Postmodern Ecologizing: Circumference Without a Center (Review)
    The Environmental Imagination, by Lawrence Buell
    1. The Environmental Imagination by Lawrence Buell
    The Hudson Review, Winter 1996, pp. 691-699
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    Qu'est-ce que c'est qu'un Man of Letters? (Review)
    A Man of Letters, by V.S. Pritchett
    1. A Man of Letters by V.S. Pritchett
    The Hudson Review, Winter 1987, pp. 690-697
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    "Reason" or Volksgeist? (Review)
    The Defeat of the Mind, by Alain Finkielkraut
    1. The Defeat of the Mind by Alain Finkielkraut
    The Hudson Review, Spring 1996, pp. 152-158
  31. Scholarship as Opera
    Foucault's Woodnotes Wilde
    The Hudson Review, Autumn 1993, pp. 513-525
  32. Scholarship, Politics, and the MLA
    The Hudson Review, Spring 1993, pp. 157-168
  33. Reviews
    Stephen Toulmin's Postmodernism (Review)
    Cosmopolis, by Stephen Toulmin
    1. Cosmopolis by Stephen Toulmin
    The Hudson Review, Winter 1991, pp. 654-660
  34. Sylvia Plath, Hunger Artist
    The Hudson Review, Summer 1990, pp. 245-256
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    Telling Stories About the Bartrams (Review)
    The Natures of John and William Bartram, by Thomas P. Slaughter
    1. The Natures of John and William Bartram by Thomas P. Slaughter
    The Hudson Review, Spring 1997, pp. 154-158
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    Too Few, Miss Mew (Review)
    Charlotte Mew and Her Friends, by Penelope Fitzgerald
    1. Charlotte Mew and Her Friends by Penelope Fitzgerald
    The American Scholar, Autumn 1988, pp. 632-636
  37. Essays
    Wrestling with Heidegger
    The Hudson Review, Winter 1999, pp. 681-690
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