Well, I was going to rant about Maureen Dowd's Saturday column in the New York Times, Heels Over Hemingway, but GalleyCat has done such a nice job of rounding up all the online criticism that I'll just read that and nod.
It's hard to say what is my "favorite" part of Dowd's column; Dowd not realizing that Angus, Thongs is a teen book; the phony pseudo intellectual snobbism; or that there hasn't been a good anti-war novel written since The Red Badge of Courage.
(This GalleyCat entry links to where you can read the column for free.)
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