Should Young Writers 'Wait Their Turn'? This Famous Old Writer Thinks So.
from New Republic
In what might be the most highbrow get-off-my-lawn ever written (19 literary names dropped; references to typewriter brands; a dig at the new New Republic, and some untranslated, Kant-referencing German for good measure), fiction writer and essayist Cynthia Ozick complains in The New York Times that today's young writers aren't content to wait their turn.
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