|What They're Saying...||
"The authors, who define their own enterprise as "academic populism," address this [academic] elitism and hypocrisy in a series of scathing essays and book reviews..."
"This is an important book for those who wish to give the classics a primary place in the education of our youth and for all those who care about quality teaching."
"[R]eaders who enjoy common sense expressed in vigorous prose are going to love Bonfire of the Humanities."
"[T]his is a valuable book for its sustained attempt to stimulate thought about how classics and the humanities in general should be approached."
|Eligible for Readers Club Discount||Yes|