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Eric Larsen was born in 1941, in Northfield, Minnesota, where, after attending the public schools, he graduated from Carleton College in 1963. He completed his Ph.D. in English at the University of Iowa in 1971.

That same year, after living abroad for two years, Larsen joined the English Department of John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY, and remained there until his retirement in early 2006.

Larsen published stories and essays throughout the 1970s and 1980s. In 1988, Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill brought out his novel An American Memory, which won the Chicago Tribune

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04/17/2011 05:32:50Where Did The Towers Go? - Evidence Of Directed Free-Energy Technology On 9/11 – Book Review by Eric Larsen Ph.D.
12/07/2008 19:00:21Toward Deep Waters - Part II
11/02/2008 16:29:18Report on Obama - Book Review by Eric Larsen
08/28/2008 00:33:40Part Three Of Frank Rich, Arianna Huffington, & Dwight Garner Are Liars, Deceivers, And Traitors
08/17/2008 11:27:02Part Two Of Frank Rich, Arianna Huffington, & Dwight Garner Are Liars, Deceivers, And Traitors
07/24/2008 11:09:50Vincent Bugliosi And Me (And The Laws Of Forbidden Thought)
06/27/2008 17:36:21Thine Alabaster Cities Gleam - Book Review by Eric Larsen
06/18/2008 12:53:11Frank Rich, Arianna Huffington, & Dwight Garner Are Liars, Deceivers, And Traitors
01/30/2008 00:29:22Notes From A Dying Nation Number One, Part 1
11/27/2007 09:51:35Some Literary Observations On A Dying Nation As Blood-Money Flows From Murder, Treason, Death, War; And Truth Itself Becomes A Painted Face Of Death What Punishment Do The 9/11 Criminals Truly Deserve
10/24/2007 01:24:15FOOD FOR THOUGHT Number 13, Part 2 - The Pernicious Hypocrisy Of Frank Rich Of The New York Times
10/13/2007 17:42:18Food For Thought - The Pernicious Hypocrisy Of Frank Rich Of The New York Times
10/06/2007 18:16:08What Would it be Like to be Amy Goodman? Food for Thought 12, Part I
09/27/2007 12:57:09How The English Language, The President Of Princeton University, And “Victimology Studies” Are Related To The New American Police State
09/05/2007 10:01:51Full Disclosure or A Memoir by Reed Whittemore

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