THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING

A study of Forster, more flat than round

By Matthew Price
Globe Correspondent / February 21, 2010

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At 90, Frank Kermode is the doyen of literary critics. Criticism may have seen better days, but Kermode, a fixture on the pages of the London Review of Books, still produces steadily. Kermode’s criticism is distinguished for its range, gentleness, and humility; he never forces a point, though sometimes smothers his arguments in modesty. But there are far worse literary ... (Full article: 856 words)

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