Tuesday, February 21, 2006

Bright lights, shattered city

'Jay McInerney isn't the type of novelist who would shy away from facing the horror of 9/11 head-on, or deal with it through allegory and symbolism... So for his first novel in six years, McInerney placed one of his heroes covered in ash atop a debris pile at ground zero, pulling out bodies...' More / Why Jay McInerney should embrace frivolity / A novelist trapped in his own hedonistic shadow


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