The Corner

New Nordlinger Collection

“Run — don’t walk — to your closest Internet device and order Jay Nordlinger’s charming, informative, witty, and wise collection of essays and asides on . . . well, on just about everything. This is classic Nordlinger: sublimely well informed, quietly cosmopolitan, endlessly curious. Dipping into this book is like slicing into the Zeitgeist: bracing, a little awe-inspiring, exquisitely memorable.”
Roger Kimball, editor and publisher, The New Criterion

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