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The Divided Mind: A Collection of Reviews Paperback – 2006

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From Wikipedia: George Scialabba is a book critic living in Cambridge, Massachusetts. His reviews have appeared in the Boston Globe, Dissent, the Virginia Quarterly Review, The Nation, The American Prospect, and many others. A collection of his reviews was published in 2006 as The Divided Mind. Scialabba received the first Nona Balakian Excellence in Reviewing Award from the National Book Critics Circle. Scialabba was born to working-class Italian-American parents and, in his younger days, was a member of Opus Dei. He attended Harvard University where he graduated in 1969. After working as a substitute teacher and a Welfare Department social worker, he now works as a building manager at Harvard University.


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