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Accidental Food Writing: Cormac McCarthy's The Road

Food Riot | Posted 10.13.2013 | Taste
Food Riot

This book isn't a frolic thru post-apocalyptic America; it's not a run-down of dystopian food porn. It's a book about a father and son looking for food, and because it is so difficult to find, and so dangerous, and yet, a non-negotiable necessity, the food takes on a role of its own.

Notes on Cormac McCarthy's The Road

Anis Shivani | Posted 01.23.2014 | Home
Anis Shivani

The Road is one of the greatest indictments of the bourgeois novel of individual growth, the bildungsroman, the paradigmatic novelistic genre of the nineteenth century.

Cormac McCarthy Joins Twitter, Gets Abuse

Posted 07.29.2013 | Home

UPDATE: It seems that the account is in fact fake. GalleyCat has the story: While the laconic writer would be a perfect fit for Twitter, the Vintag...

Are 'We the People' Baby-Eaters from The Road?

Olivia Rosewood | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Olivia Rosewood

The only way I could relate to the brutality of the fictitious cannibalism of The Road was through my experience with our country's health care system.

Cormac McCarthy's Typewriter Goes To Auction

The New York Times | PATRICIA COHEN | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home

Cormac McCarthy has written more than a dozen novels, several screenplays, two plays, two short stories, countless drafts, letters and more -- and nea...

From No Country For Old Men To No Movie For Faith Audiences? I Don't Think So

Larry Ross | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Larry Ross

On the surface, The Road has enough drama and thrills to quench the craving of any Friday night movie buff. But its greatest impact will not be on the screen, but afterwards, in discussions about the vital issues it raises.

The Film of Cormac McCarthy's 'The Road' Is About To Open, So I Read the Book. I'm Still Shaking.

Jesse Kornbluth | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Jesse Kornbluth

Opening soon: the movie made from the novel of The Road. I saw the preview and was impressed, so I picked up the book. And, to my surprise, it knocked me out.