“Mordew” and the New Leftist Imaginary

IN THE LATE 1990s and early 2000s, millennials in the United States were tweens and teens, and the Harry Potter phenomenon hit hard. There was nothing so comforting in the face of overseas wars and 9/11 as a bit of Blairite neoliberalism from abroad: the British school novel wrapped up with a bow, minus the […] The post “Mordew” and the New Leftist Imaginary appeared first on Los Angeles Review of Books. Continue reading at 'Los Angeles Review of Books'

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