Stephen Greenblatt

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Literary critic and theorist Stephen Greenblatt is a professor of humanities at Harvard University and the co-founder of the literary-cultural journal Representations. He is a winner of the National Book Award and Pulitzer Prize for his novel The Swerve: How the World Became Modern.

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Following his National Book Award and Pulitzer Prize celebrated The Swerve, in the elaborately readable The Rise and Fall of Adam and Eve Stephen Greenblatt explores reasons why the…

Stephen Greenblatt: The Rise and Fall of Adam and Eve

Following his National Book Award and Pulitzer Prize celebrated The Swerve, in the elaborately readable The Rise and Fall of Adam and Eve Stephen Greenblatt explores reasons why the…

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