In an idiosyncratic hybrid of diary and diatribe, the author lambastes many of the cultural icons of the 1990s. Meanwhile, he stumbles toward his own conclusions about sex, art, religion a mortality. There is something to offend everyone in this collection by a writer that Saul Bellow did not call a qdisturbing new, if middle-aged, voice.qAnother English teacher, a fellow-traveler of the Black English advocates, gave rap a phony classical pedigree by likening it to Greek choral chants. (When a ... There will be cop and stop and bop and shop and flop and drop; but there is unlikely to be fop, because the Comptonites are not familiar with that word. Thata#39;s my problem with rap: it worships the a#39;hood (and its echo ~175-176 15 My Negro Problem.
|Title||:||The Last Angry White Man|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2001-07-01|