SELECTED WRITINGS

 

ON AMELIA EARHART

Amelia Earhart, Found and Lost

Op-Ed

The New York Times Sunday Review, June 2012

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ON HAROLD BLOOM

Genesis, She Wrote: What a Difference a J Makes

A review of The Book of J, by Harold Bloom

The Village Voice Literary Supplement, November 1990

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ON THOMAS BERNHARD

Loser Takes It All

A review of The Loser, by Thomas Bernhard

The Village Voice Literary Supplement, August, 1991

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ON JOHN ASHBERY

Map Skills: John Ashbery Travels to Other Selves

A review of Flow Chart, by John Ashbery

The Village Voice Literary Supplement, May 1991

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ON TONI MORRISON

Harlem on Her Mind: Toni Morrison’s Language of Love

A review of Jazz and Playing in the Dark: Whiteness and the Literary Imagination, by Toni Morrison

The Village Voice Literary Supplement, May 1992

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ON ADAM PHILLIPS

On Kissing, Tickling, and Being Bored

A review of On Kissing, Tickling, and Being Bored: Psychoanalytic Essays on the Unexamined Life, by Adam Phillips

The Guardian (UK), March 30, 1993

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ON AMELIA EARHART

A Wing and A Myth

Op-Ed

The New York Times, December 1996

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