Do We Give ‘Dead Poets Society’ Too Much Credit?

From The Atlantic: With its 25th anniversary nearly upon us, the enduring popularity of Dead Poets Society—voted the greatest “school film” ever made, and often named by viewers as one of the most inspirational films of all time, according to a 2011 piece in The Guardian—has a great deal to tell us about the current conversation concerning the “crisis in the humanities.”

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