Postmodern Pooh

According to Frederick Crews, Emeritus professor of English at the University of California at Berkley, “The essays that the graduating BAs would submit with their applications were often brilliant. After five or six years of PhD work, the same people would write incomprehensible crap. Where did they learn it? They learned it from us.” Crews skewers academia in his new book ‘Postmodern Pooh.’

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