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Author Robertson, Ray, 1966-

Title Mental hygiene : essays on writers and writing / Ray Robertson
Published Toronto : Insomniac Press, [2003]
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Description 1 online resource (208 pages)
Contents Acknowledgements; Introduction; PART ONE: US; PART TWO: THEM; PART THREE: ME
Summary One of today's best young novelists, Ray Robertson is also one of its ablest critics. Mental Hygiene is a collection of his most entertaining, insightful, controversial, and funniest reviews and essays written over the last five years. Believing that ''writers have a responsibility to help maintain the mental hygiene of their time, '' Robertson, following in the footsteps of Mordecai Richler and other novelist-critics such as Anthony Burgess, Kingsley and Martin Amis and John Updike, is at the front line of contemporary literary debate. Whether castigating the bland cabal he refers to as McCanl
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Subject Robertson, Ray, 1966-
Books -- Reviews.
Genre/Form Reviews.
Form Electronic book
LC no. 2003446820
ISBN 1897414544