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How to Be an Intellectual Essays on Criticism, Culture, and the University



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Author Biography

Jeffrey J. Williams has published widely on the history of the novel, contemporary American fiction, the history of criticism, and the American university. He regularly publishes in magazines such as Dissent and The Chronicle of Higher Education, as well as academic journals. His most recent book is The Critical Pulse: Thirty-six Credos by Contemporary Critics (co-edited), and he is one of the editors of The Norton Anthology of Theory and Criticis (2001; 2nd ed. 2010). He also served as editor of the minnesota review from 1992 to 2010. Currently, he is Professor of English and of Literary and Cultural Studies at Carnegie Mellon University.

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