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Who is Roger Rosenblatt?
Roger Rosenblatt is an American writer. He was a long-time essayist for Time magazine and PBS NewsHour. Currently he writes books, and is the Distinguished Professor of English and Writing at Stony Brook University.
- born in (75 years ago) in United States of America
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Journalist, writer, teacher, author, essayist
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Covering American Politics in the 21st Century: An Encyclopedia of News Media Titans, Trends, and Controversies [2 volumes] (2016)
by Lee Banville
Essayist Roger Rosenblatt took to Time magazine to argue that “the ironists, seeing through everything, made it difficult for anyone to see anything. The consequence of thinking that nothing is real— apart from prancing around in an air of vain stupidity—is that one will not know the difference between a joke and a menace” (Rosenblatt 2001). And in the immediate aftermath of the terrorist attacks, satire did go quiet and only slowly returned, with The Onion publishing its famous article ...
Encyclopedia of Politics (2005)
by Rodney P. Carlisle
Roger Rosenblatt, ...
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Quotes about Roger Rosenblatt
They do not leave home without American Express. ... Blame the moral carelessness that parents pass off as the gift of freedom as they cut their children loose like colorful kites and wish them an exciting flight. (Roger Rosenblatt)
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