the complete review Quarterly
Volume II, Issue 1   --   February, 2001

Editorial Notes

       A new year, a new volume of the complete review Quarterly. The focus in this first issue of the year is certainly on the State of the Site, as we present the Annual Report for the complete review, 2000. In addition we take a different look at Reviewing Popularity, examining the bestseller lists at the complete review from a different vantage point.

       Facts and Fakes looks at Eliot Weinberger's oft-published piece, Genuine Fakes. Maybe we are overly pedantic (as some site-users have suggested), but certain mistakes are truly troublesome -- such as, we suggest, this particular one. Judge for yourself.

       Humanistic Failings is one of the longest pieces presented at the complete review Quarterly, a more in-depth consideration of Karl Mickel's libretto, Einstein (previously reviewed at the complete review). One of the obscurest works under review at the complete review, this piece serves as a useful introduction to a largely unknown author -- and to a significant text.

       In the future more longer reviews of other titles considered at the complete review will also appear on these pages: more opinions ! more points of view ! more to dis/agree with ! What more could you want ?

       We're glad to see you back at the Literary Saloon. Enjoy !

The Editors, at the complete review Quarterly

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