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About the Author
Geoffrey Galt Harpham is President and Director of the National Humanities Center in North Carolina. His many books include On the Grotesque, The Ascetic Imperative inCulture and Criticism, Getting It Right: Language,Literature, and Ethics,One of Us: The Mastery of JosephConrad, Shadows of Ethics: Criticism and the JustSociety, and, most recently, Language Alone: The CriticalFetish of Modernity, also published by Routledge.