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Also in the Washington Post, Ron Charles returns to Norman Mailer, who “belonged to a time when writers could be fools – and worse. He was manly, vile and viral. Charles added: “It is perhaps a pity that Mailer died just months after Twitter first came to the public’s attention. If the great American novelist were alive today, the Furies would peck at his bones. ( Marc Gunther, Bethesda, Maryland)

In The New Yorker, Anthony Lane commented on the documentary ‘Turn Every Page’, about writer Robert Caro’s relationship with publisher Robert Gottlieb: “The film is directed by Gottlieb’s daughter, Lizzie Gottlieb, to whom her two subjects have forbidden to film them as a delicto scribe, while they are toiling over a manuscript. “They said the work between a writer and an editor is too private,” she tells us. (I smell an opportunity here for underground commerce: basement peep shows, where you stick a nickel in a slot and watch one guy pull out another guy’s dangling participles.)” (Trena Cleland, Eugene, Ore .)

In The Atlantic, Tom Nichols looked back on “Match Game,” a 1970s TV hit, “when people dressed like their appliances in a riot of autumn rust, racked up gold and avocado green “. (Tina Seibel, Upper Gwynedd, Pennsylvania, and Nancy Dolan, Oxnard, California, among others)

In The Herald-Mail, Tim Rowland analyzed the closure of dozens of stores by Bed Bath & Beyond: “Even in the best of times, no one has paid full price for anything at BBB because of their shippers. at ubiquitous discounts. In fact, there are aboriginal tribes in Malaysia whose only contact with the outside world is a 20% discount coupon for Bed Bath & Beyond. Also: “In the very rare case that you don’t have one, the person ahead of you in line will invariably try to pass you one (or six), whether you like it or not. For years, BBB coupons have been the zucchini of retail. (George Gale, Peru, NY)

In the Connecticut Post, Keith Raffel called for a reassessment of what law schools teach, so that students “see the practice of law fundamentally as a call to do justice, not simply as a portal to power and abundance”. (Susan Samuelson, Boston)

In Toronto’s Globe & Mail, Cathal Kelly spoke of Novak Djokovic’s loss to Stefanos Tsitsipas to win the Australian Open: “On paper, Tsitsipas is the future of the sport. It’s a bigger Federer, a kind of Greek knife of tennis weapons. But every time he faces Djokovic, he looks like a guy with his arm outstretched in horror as a slow steamroller comes at him. (Barbara Love, Kingston, ON)

And in The Times, Margaret Renkl examined the nature of grief: “For six months my father was dying, then he continued to die for two more years. I was still working and raising a family, but running under the meager soil of my own life was a river of death. (David Calfee, Lake Forest, Ill.)

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