The Apes Of New Yorkby Lionel Tiger
The lively and provocative essays in this collection are the product of Lionel Tiger's brief but exuberant career as a newspaper columnist. Written for the New York Press, Daily News, New Yorker, and Wall Street Journal in 1998-2002, they range from condemnation of greedy political and stock-option malefactors to celebration of Cleo Laine, reflection upon mass tourism to reminiscence of Pierre Trudeau, grousing about the American legal profession to praise for the New York subway system, discussion of contemporary American eating habits to commentary on "the fatuity of much of modern feminism."
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