Alex Ross

Alex Ross is the music critic of The New Yorker. His first book, The Rest Is Noise: Listening to the Twentieth Century, has just been published.

Dialogues
Nov. 7 2007 11:50 AMHere Time Becomes Space
Dialogues
Nov. 5 2007 2:39 PMCrazy Modern Music
The Book Club
Oct. 19 2004 2:20 PMPreserving the Past
Books
July 1 1998 3:30 AMRegarding HitlerWhat was with that guy, anyway?
Books
Jan. 8 1998 3:30 AMThe Emperor of Ice-CreamThe prankster poetry of Wallace Stevens.
Movies
Nov. 9 1997 3:30 AMThe James PerplexIt shouldn't be so hard to film his books.
Books
May 22 1997 3:30 AMLove BombThe mysterious motives of Hitler's would-be assassin.
Television
April 30 1997 3:30 AMHeartbreak HotelThe Shining, the remake.
Movies
Nov. 6 1996 3:30 AMLeonardo and JulietHollywood's sultriest young actor, Shakespeare's steamiest romance.
Television
Oct. 8 1996 3:30 AMLenoismA Theory of Jay.
Books
Jan. 24 1997 3:30 AMAuto-da-féKlaus Kinski's self-immolating screed.
Dialogues
Nov. 6 2007 11:14 AMSurfing the Internet Sends Me Into a Spiral of Despair
Dialogues
Nov. 4 2007 7:34 AMWhat Pop and Jazz Do Classical Listeners Like?
The Book Club
Oct. 18 2004 11:12 AMIs He Kidding About Chekhov?
Movies
March 8 1998 3:30 AMBogus NightsThe immorality of indie film.
Books
Dec. 3 1997 3:30 AMHollywood BabylonDominick Dunne, Gary Indiana, and the whole shebang.
Movies
June 22 1997 3:30 AMThe Schumacher HypothesisCan the director of Batman & Robin be said to have an oeuvre?
Books
May 14 1997 3:30 AMKeystone NazisThe German resistance considered as farce.
Dialogues
Dec. 21 1996 3:30 AMIs Clint Eastwood God?
Articles
Oct. 26 1996 3:30 AMWaiting for Nov. 5The candidates, à la Beckett.
Movies
Sept. 10 1996 3:30 AMIsland of Lost AuteursWhat the hell happened to John Frankenheimer?
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