David Shields is a very lucky man. I think that most of us, when we enjoy something that everyone else seems to hate (or when we dislike a thing that they all love), feel a twinge of nervousness, a quiver of doubt. Perhaps we feel superior and isolated at the same time, wondering why we, [...]
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Do early heroes stand the test of time? Hemingway may be a young writer’s writer … who still keeps you late at the bar.