Roger Bellin

Roger Bellin has a Ph.D. from Princeton and until recently taught American literature at Tulane. He is working on a book about the American Transcendentalists and the refusal to argue in literature and Continental philosophy. He also co-hosts The Sometime Seminar, a podcast of critical discussion about literature and culture.


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Pornotopia

"Pornotopia has the same narrative problem all utopias do — a perfectly happy place is more fun to live in than it is to read about."...

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