The young Dutch writer who created a sensation in Europe with his first novel, a sort of Amsterdam-set Catcher in the Rye, talks about the perils of recognition and his continuing need to evade seriousness.
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Los Angeles and the Civil Rights Movement In 1965 Dr. Martin Luther King came to Los Angeles to speak at UCLA. He told the crowd, “”We shall overcome. And I have faith in the future because I… Read More