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By Leslie Fiedler

Leslie Fiedler's radical evaluations and theories have replaced the best way we predict approximately American literature and pa tradition, not easy normal colleges and ushering in a style of first-person, experience-based feedback. Praised and revered as "one of an important figures within the historical past of yankee cultural concept during this century," Fiedler brought groundbreaking principles that now permeate college reviews in literature: a homoerotic point in American machismo, interracial dependence because the classical American bond, these at the social margins being "secret selves," and the continuum of "high" and "low" culture.

Designed to thrill Fiedler's modern viewers and introduce the writer to a complete new new release of readers, a brand new Fiedler Reader is a charming anthology of Fiedler's such a lot infamous and celebrated essays, in addition to a range of his attractive poems and brief fiction.

A literary icon, Fiedler is between those that suggested legalization of marijuana within the past due '60s; advised that faculty scholars learn Timothy Leary in addition to Milton; and was once accused of corrupting the younger with risky leftist principles. amassed are Fiedler's most generally recognized articles, from "Come again to the Raft Ag'in, Huck Honey!" to "An nearly Imaginary Interview: Hemingway in Ketchum." Complementing those essays are numerous lesser identified poems and brief tales, offering the reader with the entire Fiedler event.

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These are the professional accomplices of calamity; and if they cried "innocent," it was because they thought that the greatest possibility of disaster lay in such an assertion. These conscious exploiters of the case were a tiny minority, yet one which had ready to hand a mass of naive communicants already trained to believe, sincerely and even fervently, what that minority decided they should believe. In this sense, one can think of the bacterial-warfare campaign and the various "peace" petitions as preparations for the Rosenberg case, as the Rosenberg case in turn is no end in itself but a rehearsal for the next real or manufactured issue on the Communist agenda.

After the Seder, they told us in horror about the heterodoxies of the R o m a n Synagogue, about which I can remember only the fact that it celebrates Bat Mitzvah, the equivalent of Bar Mitzvah b u t for girls. Imagine it! T h e Seder service itself was badly cut and extremely dull, despite the real charm of the children (there was one girl with the black, ugly-beautiful face of a Bedouin) and the freshness of their voices. T h e only emotion I could sense was the anxiety of the teacher that they get through it all without too horrible a blunder.

I t is to be the next night, and the children can hardly wait. Perhaps the rabbi was there, after all: we could never find out. ), and he seemed throughout the celebration as bored as everyone else. 's and us with dim hostility from the start. We arrived too early, of course, though we had allowed a half-hour past the announced time; and so we began under the terrible burden of shame borne by the first guest. The children from the school were already at their prayers, dressed in the Italian student uniform; but the white-draped tables which formed a square around their long crowded one were empty; and the teacher who led them glanced up from his book to us with what seemed to me a look of annoyance.

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