Nota al margen: Michiko Kakutani

En mi acostumbrada sección Lo que me da la gana postear, un pequeño homenaje a la crítica por excelencia del New York Times; heroína o villana, como la quieran ver;, esta guapa mujer que ganara el Premio Pulitzer en 1998 por sus "apasionados e inteligentes escritos sobre literatura contemporánea". Aquí un ramillete de reseñas y artículos donde la buena mujer se pone a hablar mal (críticamente) sobre los libros de personalidades como Bill Clinton, John Updike o Naipaul.

The Pastiche of a Presidency, Imitating a Life, in 957 Pages

From Salinger, A New Dash Of Mystery

Dreams Of Glory Unraveling In Chaos (Magic Seeds, de Naipaul)

Coping With the Idea of Representing One's Race

Norman Mailer's Perception of Jesus

Las reseñas sobre Updike se encuentran en el NYT pero no puedo hacer el link. Aquí una clave para ingresar a diario waterlib water

Y también la opinión de los que temen encarnizadamente a esta pobre mujer:

I Wrote About Michiko Kakutani And Lived To Tell The Tale

Author pitches woo to N.Y. Times critic Kakutani

posted by Mauricio Salvador @ 1:24 AM,


At 11:01 PM, Anonymous Anónimo said...

"En mi acostumbrada sección Lo que me da la gana postear (...)"

De verdad me hiciste reir. Gracias.

Un saludin

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