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  • This question of author-love has come front-and-center in my field (eighteenth-century studies) over the last few years; there was a panel on it at the English Institute a few years ago (some of them are collected in the volume titled "Polemic," edited by Jane Gallop), and Claudia Johnson has written well about it with respect to Jane Austen.

    Loving Delany

  • To guide her inquiry, Kipnis, a cultural critic and professor at Northwestern University best known for her 2003 book, "Against Love: A Polemic," uses the stories of four "scandal protagonists" that particularly captured her interest.

    Laura Kipnis's "How to Become a Scandal," reviewed by Ellen McCarthy

  • To guide her inquiry, Kipnis, a cultural critic and professor at Northwestern University best known for her 2003 book, "Against Love: A Polemic," uses the stories of four "scandal protagonists" that particularly captured her interest.

    Laura Kipnis's "How to Become a Scandal," reviewed by Ellen McCarthy

  • Polemic topics suit perfect in a passionate table.

    Cahors: does the Malbec comparison help or hurt? | Dr Vino's wine blog

  • You're suggesting a Polemic Tax ... where words without real value are assessed?

    Extra Fizz: 36th Dems Oppose Nickerson Bike Improvements « PubliCola

  • He also contributed to periodicals like Polemic, one of his most famous of which was his work “The Lion and the Unicorn”:

    Those crazy intellectuals

  • Polemic seems to have gone the way of the typewriter and the soda fountain.

    The Lost Art of Argument

  • This week's genre musings: Hal Duncan points us to Roger Luckhurst's The Many Deaths of Science Fiction: A Polemic: "The death of the genre is the only way in which SF could survive as literature."

    March 2008

  • This week's genre musings: Hal Duncan points us to Roger Luckhurst's The Many Deaths of Science Fiction: A Polemic: "The death of the genre is the only way in which SF could survive as literature."

    SF Tidbits for 3/22/08

  • But in his snappy new opuscule Snark: A Polemic in Seven Fits (Simon & Schuster), Denby fulminates against the epidemic of verbal hazing.

    Steven G. Kellman: The Snark Ascending

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