Anyone who reads this bestselling, critically acclaimed novel becomes part of the focus group for the inevitable television or Hollywood stinker.
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An increasingly popular movement in the visual arts prides itself on picturing everything that is the raw, untutored, and irrational.
A new book gives a philosophical analysis of American culture’s obsession with nonsense.
Sci-fi master Samuel Delany’s latest novel is a mystery set in the ancient world. Phallos, by Samuel R. Delany. (Bamberger Books) By Vincent Czyz Samuel R. Delany is best known as “l’enfant terrible” who published his first novel at age 20 and then went on to win science fiction’s most prestigious awards — the Nebula […]
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Nicholson Baker’s new novel is about a man obsessed with killing President Bush.