If you work at the NYT and are reading this, the below is a complicated satire involving Rimbaud and Italo Calvino

Posted by Lizzie on 01/27/05

Bookslut is about to dump links from the NYT if they begin charging for archives. Does anyone know if that loophole about hitting “print version” to maintain a free link forever still exists?

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Commentary

  1. Do you mean Rimbaud? Am I missing something?

    Comment by maria — 1/27/2005 @ 12:21 pm

  2. I would LIKE to say you were and invent some delightful pun on the spot, but all I was missing was my morning cup of coffee and a brain.

    Comment by Old Hag — 1/27/2005 @ 1:07 pm

  3. Thankfully, no one really reads this site.

    Comment by Old Hag — 1/27/2005 @ 1:08 pm

  4. No! Not true! Don’t sell your early-morning-typo-making self short.

    Comment by maria — 1/27/2005 @ 1:31 pm

  5. Change it all to second-person, add the first lines of your last twelve posts, and you too can be a groundbreaking Italian postmodern novelist.

    Comment by Nick Douglas — 1/27/2005 @ 2:14 pm

  6. Silly Rabbit. If you know this site at all — AND I THINK YOU DO — you know that plan cannot be put into place until I have first earned the title “Finesse Operator Lawyer.”

    Comment by Old Hag — 1/27/2005 @ 2:27 pm

  7. Old Hag is nothing but a finesse operator lawyer, and don’t let anybody tell you different.

    Comment by Lickona — 1/27/2005 @ 3:45 pm

  8. Strangely enough, the Amazon links over there still hold. Go figure.

    Paid archives are as much of an annoyance as registration. But this is damn silly. I mean, even James Wood needs to eat.

    Comment by Ed — 1/28/2005 @ 9:50 am

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