Riley Moore

Riley Moore

Why We Should Read Martin Amis

Why We Should Read Martin Amis

Written after his father’s passing, Martin Amis’s memoir Experience highlighted my project in the first chapter in the second footnote: When you review a film, or appraise a film-director, you do not make a ten-minute short about it or him (or her). When you write about a painter,

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Riley Moore
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The Heretical Impulse: Zamyatin and Orwell

The Heretical Impulse: Zamyatin and Orwell

I  In a 1931 letter to Joseph Stalin, Russian novelist Yevgeny Zamyatin adopted a respectful tone by way of introduction: “My name is probably known to you.” The author of We, the dystopian science fiction novel that influenced Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World and George Orwell’s

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Riley Moore
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