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Editor's Comment: Is democracy good for literary criticism?

Nodelman, Perry


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  "description": "<p>From 1985: Why some people think it is anti-democratic and elitist to believe that&nbsp;some views of&nbsp;literary texts&nbsp;are more worthwhile than others, and why having opinions about literature is different from having prejudices about it.</p>", 
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