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A good line from the NYT review of James Woods' How Fiction Works

From "A Not So Common Reader" by Walter Kirn:

The grosser elements of fiction — story, plot and setting, as well as the powerful drive of certain authors to expand or alter perception by exalting the vernacular, absorbing the anarchic and ennobling the vulgar that has impelled such messy master works as “Huckleberry Finn,” “On the Road” and Denis Johnson’s “Jesus’ Son” — intrude not at all on Wood’s presentation, which proceeds in the steady, dark-gowned, unruffled manner of a high-court judge.
I am not, in general, a promoter of killer reviews, but doesn't that line just cut Woods' book right to the marrow? All by itself?

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