[ilds] Durrell's Heritage

James Gifford james.d.gifford at gmail.com
Mon Feb 7 16:01:37 PST 2011

I happen to like hearing from Grove's gob -- in fact, I think I'm going 
to solicit a new column in the ILDS Herald!

Are you keen, Grove?  As for judging an author's reputation, it's always 
going to be subject to perception.  Daniel Steele certainly outsells 
Durrell, but I think we'd count reputation differently -- Durrell 
certainly gets academic attention as well, but question would be "In 
which journals?  By which scholars?  Because of content in which 
courses?"  Alas, the last often determines the first two, and Durrell 
isn't taught as much as he ought to be -- a big part of that is based on 
where scholars teach, and many Durrell scholars don't work at the 
research intensive schools, and the availability of classroom editions 
is pretty well nil.

Many factors apart from quality compound to determine reputation.


On 07/02/11 3:53 PM, Marc Piel wrote:
> Well if you are not in not ithat position. Then
> you should not bring up the subject!!! In other
> words Shut-up, close your gob.
> Le 07/02/11 23:39, gkoger at mindspring.com a écrit :
>> not in a position
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