The words “rock star” and “literary critic” seldom appear in the same sentence, but Stephen Greenblatt proves the exception to the rule. Greenblatt, general editor of the Norton Shakespeare and author of Will in...
Donald Kagan and Harold Bloom, who've both been in and out of the classroom due to illness in the past several years, are back in a big way.
An English major's wet dream?
Bloom, squirrels just can’t get enough.
What's next? "Ivy Leagues: they're just like us"? "True Hollywood Story: Yale University"?
She might just be even snarkier than the Bullblog -- watching her interact with Master Steven Smith should be immensely entertaining.
On the mend: Bloom, Wi-Fi, equality.
If the only bold-faced names on your transcript are your parents, it's time to graduate to the big-leagues.
Harold Bloom has been in the hospital for most of break, and will not be well enough to teach in the Spring 2010 semester.
Have eyes for your foxy Italian Lit professor, the one who exclusively wears minidresses? Want to get in on the Harold Bloom action while you still can? Too bad.
Donald Kagan fell on the stairs this afternoon in WLH.
MH Abrams revealed the poem he says contains "the most explosively concentrated erotic charge in all poetry:" Tennyson's "Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal."
See M.H. Abrams explain all five dimensions of the world at 4:00 today in LC101