In Praise of Dwight Macdonald?

April 16, 2006

Writers don't find reward from money. It comes from a degree of fame or respect, but even that evaporates more quickly than a Phoenix puddle. For decades, Dwight Macdonald worked as an editor for the Partisan Review and Politics. He was a writer for the New Yorker. Yet at 100 years of age, he is forgotten. Read James Wolcott's essay on the centinneal writer.

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