“F. Scott Fitzgerald famously said that the test of a 'first rate intelligence' is 'the ability to hold two opposed ideas in the mind and still retain the ability to function.'
This is an excellent text and I have recommend to students who are engaged in arts-informed and alternate research practices.
This would be great for a graduate level course; I was considering it for an undergraduate general education course and it's not a good enough fit. Good book, though!
Offers an approach to developing interpretation that is simultaneously profound and accessible. This has been a great addition to my Media Criticism class.