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Subjects as diverse as Ian Paisley's rhetoric and T.S. Eliot's anti-Semitism; poets including Elizabeth Bishop, John Clare, Louis MacNeice and Gerard Manley Hopkins; the art of criticism itselfall come under the eye of one of our most impassioned and exciting critics. Tom Paulin's political nous and intellectual rigour, his championing of the sort of "meltfresh, newpainted, all-in-the-moment" journalism that marked William Hazlitt as one of the greatest critics of his age, and his own exemplary subscription to this school of writing, make Writing to the Moment essential reading for all students of literature and vernacular culture.
|Publisher:||Faber and Faber|
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About the Author
Tom Paulin is also the author of The Day-Star of Liberty, The Wind Dog, and The Invasion Handbook.