Category Archives: Donoghue, Denis

Do You Read Me?

“According to the distinguished literary critic Denis Donoghue [NHC Fellow 1991-92, 1995-98], to stress reading in American education today sounds dated, almost quaint. But without proper emphasis on what Donoghue calls ‘disinterested reading’ as a means to exercise the moral … Continue reading

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Literary Lives

A discussion of contemporary literary criticism and the common reader. David Ellis discusses his contribution to a new three-volume biography of the British writer, D. H. Lawrence. 635 – Literary Lives

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Family Memoirs

Denis Donoghue discusses his memoir, Warrenpoint (Alfred Knopf, 1991). Nigel Nicholson discusses Portrait of a Marriage, a memoir about his parents (Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1990). 568 – Family Memoirs

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