Harlan Ellison | Critical Review by Robert F. Moss

This literature criticism consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis & critique of Harlan Ellison.
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Critical Review by Robert F. Moss

SOURCE: “A Critic at the Top of His Voice,” in New York Times Book Review, September 17, 1989, section 7, p. 12.

In the following review, Moss praises the “spellbinding quality” of Ellison's movie reviews, claiming that Ellison attempts to “goad humanity into being more human.”

“And in what obscure fashion does any of this have to do with Young Sherlock Holmes?” asks Harlan Ellison in a discussion of the movie from this collection of his film criticism. He has just finished a long diatribe against Christmas cards and is about to flash back to a guilt-inducing childhood episode in which he insulted his mother for bringing him the wrong Captain Marvel comic book. Elsewhere, comments about a brain scan he underwent lead to an analysis...

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This section contains 645 words
(approx. 3 pages at 300 words per page)
Buy the Critical Review by Robert F. Moss
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