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Discussed and debated, revered and reviled, Bloom's tome reinvigorates and re-examines

Western Literature, arguing against the politicization of reading. His erudite passion will encourage

you to hurry and finish his book so you can pick up Shakespeare, Austen and Dickens once again

to rediscover their original magic. In addition, his appendix listing of the 'future' canon - the books

today that will be timeless tomorrow - is sure to be the template for future debate. Read more

“Heroically brave, formidably learned… The Western Canon is a passionate demonstration of

why some writers have triumphantly escaped the oblivion in which time buries almost all human

effort. It inspires hope… that what humanity has long cherished, posterity will also.― –The New

York Times Book Review 'This book is terribly important -- if you believe that literature itself is

important, quite noble -- if you believe that 'nobility' is still a viable concept in intellectual life.' --The

Boston Globe “Harold Bloomâ€s large-minded and large-hearted book about the great

books has many of the virtues that it sees and shows in the works he so fiercely admires.―

–Christopher Ricks, The Washington Times “The list… is what will get all the attention, but it

is the text preceding that provides the true pleasure.― –Entertainment Weekly “[Harold

Bloom] has, in a quietly joyous fashion, the chutzpah to put his stamp on the whole of literature

from Genesis to Ashbery, rivaling the scope of hero-critics like Sainsbury or Curtius or Auerbach

though more giddily adventurous than they were… In one sense the hero of this book, as of all his

books, is Bloom himself, modestly bold, genially polemical, dogmatically opposed to dogma,

carrying to much in his head and always ready to say what he thinks about it all.― –Frank

Kermode, The London Review of Books Read more See all Editorial Reviews

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