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Editor's Choice

In this issue, Andrew Escobedo speculates about the possibilities for a mutually productive “friendship” between literary criticism and analytic philosophy:  



“When David Lee Miller, knowing of my interest in Anglo-American philosophy, asked me to write something about what benefits this philosophy might offer literary critics, I was pleased but also surprised. I did not think that anyone would be interested enough to ask. After all, there is not so much an active feud between our two disciplines as there is simply hostile silence.”

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"Editor's Choice," Spenser Review (Winter 2016). Accessed June 20th, 2018.
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