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The Seeds That Were Silent All Burst Into Bloom

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Is Harold Bloom’s new The Anatomy of Influence a final statement from the great critic? Very well then, says Elisa New today in Tablet Magazine, let it stand as Bloom would have it: at the end of a long path of scholarship and thought that, in reflection of its own substance, leads back to its beginning, and so on, and so on, and so on.

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Lest you think your Dead headline was in vain, worry not, at least one other person got a kick out of it.

And hey, for the piece on Obama and Sarkozy’s Netanyahu gaffe, you coulda used the headline, “Wherever he goes the people all complain.”

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