In the 1950s, T.S. Eliot&rsquo;s critical judgments were largely sacrosanct. By the 1980s, <strong>Harold Bloom</strong> had made a revolution in literary taste

In the 1950s, T.S. Eliot&amp;rsquo;s critical judgments were largely sacrosanct. By the 1980s, Harold Bloom had made a revolution in literary
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In the 1950s, T.S. Eliot’s critical judgments were largely sacrosanct. By the 1980s, Harold Bloom had made a revolution in literary taste

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