Posted by Ed
Here are some random links of the day:
- Roger Kimball discusses the best-known novel of Kingsley Amis, Lucky Jim, in an article for The New York Sun. (Special bonus: you can see the cover art Edward Gorey designed for the first edition!) If you're really curious, check out this 2002 Christopher Hitchens article from The Atlantic.
- The Wall Street Journal asks why so many people like Antoine de Saint-Exupéry (a question I myself have often wondered about.)
- At Crooked Timber, Belle Waring discusses the weird world of military reenactments.
- A charming idea for an advice column: Emma Goldman answers your questions at In These Times!
- From The Moscow Times: Russians like Mel Gibson's passion. And Abraham Brumberg likes Simon Sebag Montefiore's new book on Stalin.
- The Washington Times reviews Steven Osment's latest book on German history.
Random thought of the day: my Illinois tax form asked me to list my social security "numbers" "in the order on which they appeared" on my federal tax forms. Which makes me wonder: Are there people out there who think, "Ha! I'll list my SSN, but in the wrong order! That'll show them!"?
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