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Mr. Roth, Mr. Melville, & Mr. Trump

Philip Roth

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We hadn’t thought about Philip Roth in some years, so it was with some delight, and a few misgivings, that we ran into him recently in the pages of The New Yorker (Jan. 30 issue). Actually it was just a Philip Roth e-mail, or portions of e-mails, extracted for a Talk of the Town “casual” by Judith Thurman. 

Thurman had sent a note to the 83-year-old Roth because she wanted to pick his brains on the only subject anyone wants to talk about these days, Our New President. Read more …

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Jason Jorjani’s Prometheus & Atlas

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Jason Reza Jorjani
Prometheus and Atlas
London: Arktos, 2016

“A man is, whatever room he is in.”[1]

Christy Mattling: Tellin’ them innocent kids stories about the dead and their hauntings! That’s the work of the devil. You’ll pay for it. The Devil! That man is the Devil Himself!

Renee Coliveil: Oh shut up, you potentate of righteousness![2]  Read more …

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Whitman

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Chapter 12 of Studies in Classic American Literature

POST-MORTEM effects?

But what of Walt Whitman?

The ‘good grey poet’.

Was he a ghost, with all his physicality?

The good grey poet.  Read more …

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Carl Schmitt’s Land & Sea, Part 2

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Part 2 of 9

Translated by Simona Draghici, revised by Greg Johnson

Four

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D. H. Lawrence on Herman Melville’s Typee & Omoo

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“We can’t go back. We can’t go back to the savages: not a stride. We can be in sympathy with them. We can take a great curve in their direction, onwards. But we cannot turn the current of our life backwards, back towards their soft warm twilight and uncreate mud. Not for a moment. If we do it for a moment, it makes us sick.

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The American System vs. the White Race: 
D. H. Lawrence on Moby Dick

David Herbert Lawrence, 1885–1930

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“What then is Moby Dick? He is the deepest blood-being of the white race; he is our deepest blood-nature.

“And he is hunted, hunted, hunted by the maniacal fanaticism of our white mental consciousness. We want to hunt him down. To subject him to our will. Read more …

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