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The art of the review.  A funny skewering of "whiny male" lit by Ron Charles. My favorite quote:

 If you write like Hemingway or Updike, the whiny man’s plight can be transcendent and profound. But without that kind of stylistic magic and psychological insight, it’s like being trapped at Denny’s with an old friend from high school who’s just moved back in with his parents. 
Jonathan Tropper’s “One Last Thing Before I Go” and Pauls Toutonghi’s “Evel Knievel Days.” Reviewed by Ron Charles
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