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A compilation of some of the best of the Los Angeles Review of Books' first six months. Authors include Barbara Ehrenreich, Michael Tolkin, Mark McGurl, and Jane Smiley. Matthew Specktor — Mr. Sublimation A review of Jonathan Franzen's Freedom. Sven Birkerts — The Room and the Elephant On the culture of intellectual debate online. Michael Tolkin — One Inch Above the Ground A rev A compilation of some of the best of the Los Angeles Review of Books' first six months. Authors include Barbara Ehrenreich, Michael Tolkin, Mark McGurl, and Jane Smiley. Matthew Specktor — Mr. Sublimation A review of Jonathan Franzen's Freedom. Sven Birkerts — The Room and the Elephant On the culture of intellectual debate online. Michael Tolkin — One Inch Above the Ground A review of Louis Auchincloss' A Voice from Old New York. Barbara Ehrenreich — Man Is Not Cat Food On the morality — and lack thereof — of humans and animals. Mark McGurl — The MFA Octopus: Four Questions About Creative Writing A response to Elif Batuman's review of The Program Era in the London Review of Books. Jane Smiley — The Other Nancy Mitford On a great neglected modern novelist. Chris Kraus — Posthumous On a new biography of Simone Weil. Ben Lerner — Where The Action Was On Abstract Expressionist New York, as seen from Kansas and California.


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A compilation of some of the best of the Los Angeles Review of Books' first six months. Authors include Barbara Ehrenreich, Michael Tolkin, Mark McGurl, and Jane Smiley. Matthew Specktor — Mr. Sublimation A review of Jonathan Franzen's Freedom. Sven Birkerts — The Room and the Elephant On the culture of intellectual debate online. Michael Tolkin — One Inch Above the Ground A rev A compilation of some of the best of the Los Angeles Review of Books' first six months. Authors include Barbara Ehrenreich, Michael Tolkin, Mark McGurl, and Jane Smiley. Matthew Specktor — Mr. Sublimation A review of Jonathan Franzen's Freedom. Sven Birkerts — The Room and the Elephant On the culture of intellectual debate online. Michael Tolkin — One Inch Above the Ground A review of Louis Auchincloss' A Voice from Old New York. Barbara Ehrenreich — Man Is Not Cat Food On the morality — and lack thereof — of humans and animals. Mark McGurl — The MFA Octopus: Four Questions About Creative Writing A response to Elif Batuman's review of The Program Era in the London Review of Books. Jane Smiley — The Other Nancy Mitford On a great neglected modern novelist. Chris Kraus — Posthumous On a new biography of Simone Weil. Ben Lerner — Where The Action Was On Abstract Expressionist New York, as seen from Kansas and California.

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