Alexander Theroux
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Linguistic Inanities, Sung Howlers, Spoken Clunkers & Verbal Tics: 'The Grammar of Rock'
21 Mar 2013 // 6:15 PM

Any reader of Alexander Theroux will not endure him long if he or she lacks delight in satire, denigration, and "snobservation": that term appears in his first paragraph as fair warning.

'Estonia': The Country's Acclaim for Depeche Mode May or May Not Explain so Many Long Faces
22 Nov 2011 // 3:00 PM

Occupied and brutalized for most of the past century, the only post-Communist Nordic nation, this newly independent country, in this eclectically arranged and intentionally diffused account, represents for Alexander Theroux an object lesson in cultural nationalism.

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Double Take: 'The Public Enemy' (1931)

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"Maybe The Public Enemy is a swell dish. Or maybe it ain't so tough. The Steves take on the classic tale of beer and blood.

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