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Mr Trendy Sicko

James Wolcott

23 May 2019
White 
by Brett EastonEllis.
Picador, 261 pp., £16.99, May 2019, 978 1 5290 1239 2
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... Bright Lights, Big City, and Morgan Entrekin, the editor at Simon and Schuster who acquired Bret Easton Ellis’s Less than Zero. Lish had the cult cred, but their properties shone the brightest. Gary and Morgan, Morgan and Gary, Jay and Bret, Bret and Jay – how often we heard their names tick-tock together then, the cricket chatter of the ...
23 May 1996
The Law of Enclosures 
by Dale Peck.
Chatto, 287 pp., £15.99, February 1996, 0 7011 6160 4
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... Jay McInerney, more honest than the calculated revel in social anomie of an absent author like Brett EastonEllis. With the layering and transformation of memory that recur in Fucking Martin and The Law of Enclosures, Peck succeeds not only in establishing a personal mythology but also in passing it on to his ...

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