Thursday, September 9, 2010
Airport reading this time will be the big novel of fall, 2010: Jonathan Franzen's Freedom, the follow-up to his widely hailed 2001 novel The Corrections. This is another family saga, this time set in Minneapolis. Only a few pages into it, the narrative hums, whooshing you along, like an American car built in the glory days of Detroit. A full review is slated for later this month.
Shalom to all who are observing the New Year. These goyim will have one last interlude before the school year finally gets underway in earnest.