Thomas C. Foster
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One of the great experiences of writing books is hearing from readers, and I welcome your emails. Since the publication of How to Read Literature Like a Professor, I have heard from many readers—old and young, teachers and students, former English majors and former biology majors, people with master’s degrees and people with no degrees—and I’ve learned from all of them. There have been statements of praise, questions about claims I made, offers of competing interpretations, personal histories, identification of my blunders, and outright denunciations. I read them all and always try to answer, but I’m human and not very organized, so sometimes I fail. If you don’t hear from me, it’s not personal, it’s ineptitude.
If you want to send approval, criticism, questions, answers, or corrections for numbskull errors, you can send me an email.
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