Sarah Kerr

Sarah Kerr writes for the New York Review of Books and Condé Nast Traveler, among other publications.

Books
April 22 1998 3:30 AMThe Right To Be a BoorIf it's not technically harassment, do we still have to tolerate it?
Books
April 1 1998 3:30 AMSmiley's PeopleRethinking Huck and Jim.
Books
March 25 1998 3:30 AMWhat We Have Here Is a Failure to Communicate.Gertrude Stein's fascinating mistakes.
Movies
Jan. 14 1998 3:30 AMHuman, All Too HumanIn praise of Ingrid Bergman.
Books
Dec. 4 1997 3:30 AMNot-So-Plain JaneTwo new biographies richly complicate Austen's life.
Books
Oct. 22 1997 3:30 AMThe Dying of the LightJamaica Kincaid's memoir of her brother's death leads her, for once, beyond rage.
Books
Sept. 17 1997 3:30 AMMonkey BusinessWill Self makes apes of us all.
Movies
July 31 1997 3:30 AMPresumed PresidentShould Harrison Ford really be the leader of the free world?
Books
June 18 1997 3:30 AMSex Without ApologiesNaomi Wolf's Promiscuities.
Movies
May 4 1997 3:30 AMMy Panel Discussion With AndreThe return of Wallace Shawn.
Movies
March 27 1997 3:30 AMAmor ProhibidoSelena's impossible crossover dreams.
Movies
Feb. 6 1997 3:30 AMWhateversubUrbia rehashes the clichés of youth.
Movies
Nov. 12 1996 3:30 AMSex and LongingBreaking the Waves and The English Patient.
Movies
Sept. 24 1996 3:30 AMAccidental OriginsMike Leigh's SecretsandLies.
Movies
Aug. 13 1996 3:30 AMLove BelaboredAn Emma with shtick.
The Breakfast Table
June 23 1999 1:06 AMDissecting the Day's News
Books
March 25 1998 3:30 AMWhat We Have Here Is a Failure To CommunicateGertrude Stein's fascinating mistakes.
Theater
March 19 1998 3:30 AMThe Leguizamo TreatmentOn comedy as therapy.
Books
Dec. 31 1997 3:30 AMWhite HeatWhy has James Cagney's star faded?
Movies
Nov. 23 1997 3:30 AMBrain TeasersAtom Egoyan and Clint Eastwood indulge a taste for ambiguity.
Movies
Oct. 11 1997 3:30 AMThe Happy PornographersBoogie Nights goes forth and sins cheerfully.
Movies
Aug. 23 1997 3:30 AMOne Woman's WarDemi Moore in G.I. Jane.
Movies
July 13 1997 3:30 AMFetal AttractionWill Robert Zemeckis never grow up?
Books
June 4 1997 3:30 AMA Modern WomanHermione Lee discovers Virginia Woolf's radicalism.
Movies
April 24 1997 3:30 AMDear JohnHow Grosse Pointe Blank could have been better.
Books
March 5 1997 3:30 AMSisters Under the MinkClaire Bloom and Mia Farrow do deserve compassion.
Movies
Dec. 12 1996 3:30 AMCruise MissalIn Jerry Maguire, Tom Cruise is finally redeemed.
Books
Oct. 1 1996 3:30 AMInnocence AbroadMavis Gallant's affectless prose.
Movies
Aug. 20 1996 3:30 AMVice SquadRobert Altman busts human nature--again.
Television
June 25 1996 3:30 AMA Bad EndThings have changed since J.R. was shot.

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