Sunday Moment of Zen: American Literature 101

Sunday Moment of Zen: American Literature 101.

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4 thoughts on “Sunday Moment of Zen: American Literature 101

  1. Well, at least I now know that American educators are not alone in their struggle against “The Man.” The Brits (fight on my fellow educators) have Gove, and we Yanks have an assortment of equally misguided fools.
    On another note: while Burrough’s work was undeniably racist, I thought the female characters he created remarkably un-wimpy for the time in which they were written. Not full on suffragettes, perhaps, but weapon carrying non-fainters, at least.

    • I was re-blogging my son, I am proud to say. The trouble with us Brits is that we think we’ve got a monopoly of great literature and don’t like to think other nations can have great writers as well.

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