Articles By Jonathan Bate
 
July/August 2014
A hundred and fifty years after his death, John Clare remains the
greatest lyricist of country life
 
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April 2012
Britain’s seats of learning are coping with the new funding regime but are threatened by philistine regulators
 
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December 2010
With tuition fees about to triple to make up for the withdrawal of state funding, it is time to reread Coleridge, Bentham and Mill
 
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March 2010
Britain's most distinguished literary critic, who turned 90 last year, has many achievements to be proud of. But does the indefatigable grand old man of EngLit ever regret his role in promoting Deconstructivism, thereby unleashing a tide that he couldn't stem?
 
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September 2009
Dr Johnson, the greatest writer of critical prose in the English language, was able to impart to his readers both human nature in general, and the character of Englishness in particular
 
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June 2008
Higher education has been hijacked by the quangocracy: teaching is neglected, research is distorted by bogus assessment methods, and trust in professional judgement is gone
 
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