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“The Prose Factory: Literary Life in England Since 1918” and “The Windsor Faction”

It’s been D. J. Taylor week here. I expect that something like 0% of you (rounding to the nearest percentage point) have heard of D. J. Taylor, and that’s ok. He’s an English literary critic. Several years ago I picked up a copy of his book, A Vain Conceit: British Fiction in the 1980s, and […] The post “The Prose Factory: Literary Life in England Since 1918” and “The Windsor Faction” appeared first on Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science.
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