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Archive for August, 1994

  1. Bret Easton Ellis’ “The Informers”  • 
    A collage of drug deals, infidelities, and occasional slayings, Bret Easton Ellis' new novel "The Informers" harks back to his highly overrated debut, "Less Than Zero," both in style and theme. But it merely drifts unimpressively from one scene to the next, resounding themes of moral decay that just don't seem all that urgent or true to life.