Geoffrey Hartman, the U.S. critic who is a Consulting Editor for Interlitq, and a contributor to Issue 3, Issue 5 and Issue 9 of Interlitq, has been cited in “Harold Bloom Is God” (David Mikics, the Tablet, 02.01.13): Bloom thrives on personal contact, and his conversation is full of affectionate verbal squeezes: His Yale colleague Geoffrey Hartman, like Bloom a pioneering critic of Romanticism, is the “Ayatollah Hartmeini”

Geoffrey Hartman, the U.S. critic who is a Consulting Editor for Interlitq, and who contributed to Issue 3, Issue 5 and Issue 9 of Interlitq

Geoffrey Hartman, the U.S. literary critic who is a Consulting Editor for Interlitq, and who contributed to Issue 3, Issue 5 and Issue 9 of Interlitq

Geoffrey Hartman, the U.S. critic who is a Consulting Editor for Interlitq, and a contributor to Issue 3Issue 5 and Issue 9 of Interlitq, has been cited in “Harold Bloom Is God” (David Mikics, the Tablet, 02.01.13): Bloom thrives on personal contact, and his conversation is full of affectionate verbal squeezes: His Yale colleague Geoffrey Hartman, like Bloom a pioneering critic of Romanticism, is the “Ayatollah Hartmeini”.

U.S. literary critic Harold Bloom

U.S. literary critic Harold Bloom

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