Monday, June 15, 2009

Kill All Your Darlings by Luc Sante

A collection of essays published in various journals and newspapers between 1990 and 2005 from the great writer and critic Luc Sante. While perhaps not quite as strong as his previous, more cohesive works (The Factory of Facts, Low Life), this is certainly worth reading despite the incongruity of its contents, which include writings about New York City, cigarettes, working in factories, Bob Dylan, Tintin, René Magritte, and so on.

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