Friday, April 09, 2004



"The worst thing in the world is to confuse values and categories. If someone who is writing about cars embodies all of the values of good criticism, then it doesn't matter what category it falls into. We often find literary value in the strangest places, which is what makes reading interesting and exciting to begin with." - Adam Gopnik, a staff writer at The New Yorker (Some Highish Brows Furrow as a Car Critic Gets a Pulitzer | New York Times)
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