Critchley, Simon

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Tragedy, the Greeks, and Us

Combining a thorough knowledge of Attic drama, fluency with the scholarly literature, and an engaging wit, Critchley's treatment is sophisticated yet accessible to thoughtful general readers. [See Prepub Alert, 10/22/18.]

What We Think about When We Think About Soccer

Some readers may be disappointed in Critchley's application of philosophical thought to soccer; however, many will delight in the beauty of soccer as art and life.

Memory Theater

Utterly readable, swiftly entertaining, and at moments blackly funny, though overall there's great poignancy in the character's cock-eyed determination to reach his goal; not a standard narrative but within any reader's reach.

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