More Checkpoint

Over at Stephenelliott.com, Andrew Foster Altschul argues that Leon Wieseltier’s controversial review of Nicholson Baker’s controversial novel Checkpoint is actually a perfectly acceptable review and wonders why “no one wants to engage with Wieseltier’s ideas, rather than indict his right to print them in the first place.”

“Tired of the lack of critical coverage” of the book, Mark Sarvas posts his own review, taking care to examine the book’s success or failure as a work of fiction.


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