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Old 03-04-2002, 10:22 AM
Chryss Yost Chryss Yost is offline
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There's a fairly in-depth review of Dana's Interrogations at Noon by Matthew Brennan in the March/April American Book Review. An excerpt is available online .

It seems to me an accurate review, without a lot of the underlying biases that often haunt such reviews (such as the not-so-underlying biases in the recent review of Rhina's work). It would be interesting to hear what other eratospherians think--maybe the biases are there, but I'm just not seeing them. ..

C.

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