Articles by Andrew Ladd
Why, asks James Meek’s latest novel, should the rich get smoother, easier lives than their less well-paid fellow men? And what can an innovative novelist do with the oft-visited ‘immoral rich versus honorable poor’ premise?
We live in an age of outrage, yet one of our most egregious ‘blood sports’ escapes censure from the press. Since long before Hemingway, writers have been calling bullfighting exotic instead of barbaric — what are they thinking?