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Why is there no reference ever to "female chauvinists" on this list who
nevertheless seem to be prevailing?

Jacek Niecko
Washington DC

----- Original Message -----
From: "Rickard A. Parker" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Sunday, October 19, 2003 12:44 PM
Subject: OT - Various points on some Eliot critics


> Actually, all these are on topic in a way because they deal with Eliot
> critics but the topics will only interest a limited audience.
>
> First:
>
> Harold Bloom had a short interview in the The Boston Globe Magazine
> (October 19, 2003, p. 8)
>     ENCOUNTER WITH HAROLD BLOOM
>     Consistent Contrarian
>     The iconoclastic Yale scholar and critic is giving his personal
>     papers and large library to a small Catholic college in Vermont.
>     By Patrick Healy, Globe Staff, 10/19/2003
>
> Bloom mentions there these Eliot scholars: William Arrowsmith and
> "good old Helen Vendler."
>
> The mini-interview is online.  The first URL brings up a complicated
> page (but with a photo of Bloom.)  The second URL is for a printer
> friendly version of the page.
>
>
>
http://www.boston.com/news/globe/magazine/articles/2003/10/19/consistent_contrarian/
>
>
>
http://www.boston.com/news/globe/magazine/articles/2003/10/19/consistent_contrarian?mode=PF
>
> Bloom was also mentioned in two short articles in the Focus
> (editorial) section.  Once on his choice for president and then
> name-dropped in a piece on the OED.  Boston Sunday Globe, October 19,
> 2003, pages L2 and L3 respectively.
>
>
>
> Second:
>
> Eliot scholar (and Bob Dylan bootlegger) Christopher Ricks has a book
> out on Dylan.  There is an article in the Boston Sunday Globe, October
> 19, 2003, pp. L1-L3)
>     The Dylanist
>     BU's Christopher Ricks parses Bob
>     By Eric McHenry, 10/19/2003
>
> It is also online at URL
>
http://www.boston.com/news/globe/ideas/articles/2003/10/19/the_dylanist/
>
> There are mentions of Eliot of course.
>
>
>
> Third:
>
> Limited to the Boston area members I'm sorry to say -- the Harvard
> Book Store in Harvard Square (not the Coop) has a few remainders on
> sale (well, maybe they sell these by mail.)  Two weeks ago I saw 8
> hardback copies of "Words Alone" by Denis Donoghue, at $7.99 on the
> tables and three copies of Jewel Spears Brooker's "Mastery and
> Escape" in the racks. I think they were paperback and going for $4.99
>
> Their URL:
>     http://www.harvard.com/
>
>
> Eliot up!
>     Rick Parker
>