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Ronald Berman is the author of several books, including Translating Modernism: Fitzgerald and Hemingway, Fitzgerald's Mentors: Edmund Wilson, H. L. Mencken, and Gerald Murphy, and many others.
English must be kept up. It rarely is. But what a splendid collection of offenses against it is in D.J. Enright's book of euphemism. Those who delight in the instructions for Japanese small appliances will here encounter the ultimate in linguistic self-destruction.
William Hazlitt was born in 1778 and became, in his short and argumentative life, one of the best of the Romantic critics. Coleridge was more intelligent, but did not cover nearly as great an area.
"The Enthusiast: A Life of Thornton Wilder" shouldn't be ignored, but one ought to be aware of its limits and shortcomings.
There is a difference between biography plain and simple and a critical life. Bruccoli writes critical lives.
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