Sunday, January 16, 2005

FAUSTA IS REVULSED, and rightly so, by Arturo Perez-Reverte, the famous (and vastly overrated in my opinion) Spanish fiction writer who penned a column with one of these casual (but not more excusable) anti-Semitic remarks so common in Europe's intelligentsia (excuse the pseudo-oxymoron; anti-Semitism and intelligence are incompatible).

Roger Simon says he's resigning from the Club Dumas and has, just like Fausta and Jose Cohen to whom both are linking (last link in Spanish), some intelligent comments. And this time there's not an ounce of "oxymoronity" in the word.