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George Steiner's accomplishments in criticism, in theory of literature, and in the history of ideas have made him a central figure on the contemporary intellectual scene. He is as widely known for his frequent contributions to the New Yorker and TLS as he is for his many books. In "Reading George Steiner" Nathan Scott and Ronald Sharp bring together a group of eminent American and European critics to offer the first major assessment of Steiner's work.
Release date NZ
March 1st, 1994
Edited by Nathan A. Scott
Edited by Ronald A. Sharp
Country of Publication
Johns Hopkins University Press
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