“The Insignificance of Larry David. The Little Things,” by Lee Siegel from

;There has been a lot of handwringing during the past thirty years over the way mainstream culture has appropriated the adversarial energies of the avant-garde. But comedy was a last bastion of lucid insanity: long after Rothko sold paintings to the Four Seasons, Lenny Bruce was still manically holding forth on stage.

Posted January 29, 2003

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