Mano, D. Keith
March 1982
National Review;3/5/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p245
The article focuses on the alleged parallelism between artists and convicts. According to the author, anti-social behavior among artists is patronized, while prisoners are given less leniency if they happen to behave in a manner that can be categorized as anti-social. The author also states that fiction writers create characters who can commit acts that a writer does not have the courage to commit in real life.


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