Culture’s Not Dead — It’s Alive and Well, No Matter What a Nobel Laureate Argues

Avery good article


We haven’t had a good death-of-the-novel argument in a while, but just when you thought it was safe to venture out onto the Internet again, Nobel laureate and literary curmudgeon Mario Vargas Llosa has gone one better with his new essay collection, Notes on the Death of Culture: Essays on Spectacle and Society. As Salon’s Laura Miller reports here, he believes that culture is dead.

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