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I’m a fraud!

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On August 13, 2013
I don’t want to steal anyone’s thunder or appear to be piling on, but one aspect of Hugo Schyzer’s “confession” strikes me as especially problematic, especially at a time in which the humanities are under assault from well-funded conservative forces: his claim of academic fraudulence. He’s clearly not a fraud in the traditional sense, i.e. […]
(It goes without saying that this is another one of those posts.) Poor self-defeating Pete, trying his best to become the very Draper whose misery’s invisible to him. Remember when Pete had hope, and director John Slattery hammered the possibility of it home via reverse shots? How Pete saw Peggy longing for him: Returned her implicit, medium […]
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