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by Alan Bloom

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Alan Bloom
Littlehampton Book Services Ltd (June 29, 1981)
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Alan Herbert Vauser Bloom MBE (19 November 1906 – 31 March 2005) was a British horticulturist and steam engine enthusiast. During his life he created over 170 new varieties of hardy perennial plants. These and Alpine plants and conifers were his specialities. He invented the garden feature of freestanding island beds, set in open lawn. He wrote some 30 books and appeared on radio and television. He was the founder of Bressingham Steam and Gardens in Norfolk, England.

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Allan Bloom, 1930-1992, was a professor of social thought at the University of Chicago. He was the author of many books, including the number one bestseller The Closing of the American Mind. The author of three books of poems and several books of criticism and biography, Kirsch lives in New York City.

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Hear Bloom discuss the book with Eleanor Wachtel in a 1995 CBC interview. The Western Canon is tightly focused on only 26 authors, but in a series of four appendices, Bloom lists the hundreds of other names he considers canonical. For all of Bloom’s ornery defensiveness, his list is surprisingly inclusive, as well as-for Fruman-surprisingly idiosyncratic.

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