A Hated Political Enemy


In this rare face-to-face post 9-11 interview, the poet Allen Bell talks to the renowned linguist and political theorist Noam Chomsky in his office at MIT. What emerges is a remarkably detailed and concise entrée into Noam Chomsky's social and political thought (including Iraq and 9-11 ), and also into what he has had to endure on the personal level.  The question-and-answer interaction is exceedingly interesting, though admittedly somewhat startling and disturbing.

Chomsky . . . an unlikely hero -- a linguistics professor who stands like Horatio at the bridge against sophistry and deceit.

BC Bookworld


Paperback: 45 pages

Publisher: flask
(Oct 1 2001)

Language: English

ISBN: 0-9736853-0-1

Product Dimensions:
22.9 x 14.7 x 0.5 cm

  1. A Hated Political Enemy (PDF for Download)

  2. You can order a copy at Amazon.com