Reading and Weeping

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Tony Outhwaite's article pretty much says it all, a whole lot of it anyway, about the present state of American publishing. And he's not only right on the money, he's seriously funny, which is a pleasure for the reader and a problem for the writer who comes along afterwards and whose last best hope and bet is to play the slow-witted straight man.

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