Wednesday, February 24, 2010

The Highbrow Lowbrow

Sam Sacks reviews Stephen King's latest work. An excerpt:

King’s best trick has been to insist that anyone who spurns a cultural icon must be a snob. By making this argument, he’s stopped reviewers in recent years from looking too closely at what he’s writing. Because the truth is that, as praise for his books has become a shibboleth for open-mindedness, King himself has become one of the worst writers in America.

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