Category Archives: Wood, James

James Wood, Selected Criticism

Some years ago philosopher Martha Nussbaum lamented the state of contemporary literary (academic) criticism, observing that it does not communicate “the sense that we are social beings puzzling out, in times of great moral difficulty, what might be, for us, the best way to live.” She hungers for “writing about literature that talks of human […]

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