Plausible Prejudices: Essays on American Writing

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Plausible Prejudices: Essays on American Writing is a book of essays about writing. The author is Joseph Epstein.

Kirkus Reviews[1] and Los Angeles Times[2] wrote about the book. The Chicago Tribune also had good things to say about the book. It said that Epstein's essays of literary criticism are his most interesting works and that they were definitely worth preserving together in a collection.[3]

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  1. "PLAUSIBLE PREJUDICES: Essays on American Writing". Kirkus Reviews. Retrieved May 17, 2012.
  2. Richard Eder (February 24, 1985). "Of enmity without passion". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved May 17, 2012.
  3. Stevenson Swanson (February 24, 1985). "Epstein: Jaunty `Prejudices` From Deflationary Critic". Chicago Tribune. Retrieved May 17, 2012.