Sontag & Kael: Opposites Attract Me
If I can avoid it, I’d prefer not to describe myself as confused. Yet there are vast realms of human endeavor that leave me befuddled.
Which brings me to this short, dense love note to two of the 20th Century’s more accomplished writers. When I stumbled across it in a bargain bin my excitement was Continue reading
This week I’m revisiting a modern classic. You didn’t think I’d lived this long without reading Roth, did you?
Roth is Philip Roth, the one-time enfant terrible of American letters, a man who long ago crossed the great divide into the land of literary writers. This volume, originally published in 1959, contains the title novella and Continue reading