Two centuries ago, the <strong>literary reviews</strong> &ndash; especially <em>Blackwood&rsquo;s &ndash; </em>were slashing, pugnacious, out for blood. Now &ldquo;the bloodbath has become a featherbed&rdquo;<br /><br />

Two centuries ago, the literary reviews &amp;ndash; especially Blackwood&amp;rsquo;s &amp;ndash; were slashing, pugnacious, out for blood. Now &amp;ldquo;the bloodbath has become a
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Two centuries ago, the literary reviews – especially Blackwood’s – were slashing, pugnacious, out for blood. Now “the bloodbath has become a featherbed”

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News source: Arts & Letters Daily

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