Snark

Sven Birkerts considers the landscape of literary criticism in the aftermath of the anti-snark manifesto and in light of Dale Peck’s blistering critiques, and concludes that the demise of Partisan Review has brought us here. (If you’re not familiar with the Julavits essay or Peck’s criticism, this is a good place to start. First seen at Rake’s Progress.)


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