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“I have always wondered.”

By posted at 3:00 pm on August 15, 2012 1

John Jeremiah Sullivan’sDiary” for the Financial Times features the Mars Curiosity, Quaker school songs, and all sorts of family bonding.

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One Response to ““I have always wondered.””

  1. Hubert Sorrentino
    at 6:02 pm on August 15, 2012

    John Jeremiah Sullivan is the most overrated writer currently being overrated. I just got done reading “Diary” and all I can say is, That’s it? That’s what passes for the best American letters has to offer, according to most of the blogosphere and a good portion of the Quality Lit world. I felt the same way about 80% of Pulphead. So now I think I’ve read enough of John Jeremiah Sullivan to have an educated opinion. I wouldn’t say his writing is bad, it’s not, it’s good, it’s fine, I guess. More laconic Midwestern earnestness. Yawn.

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