“If you’re angry, and express that anger in a tantrum, or a polemic, then nobody’s interested, including yourself.”
Critic, gadfly and columnist Nat Hentoff has died at 91. We remember his contradictions and his prescient vision of Bob Dylan’s klezmer roots.
A new documentary on Nat Hentoff shows how the 89-year-old Village Voice critic and free speech activist was always a little ahead of the curve. Except when he was behind it.
Nat Hentoff, the historian and columnist who wrote about jazz and politics everything in between during a career spanning seven decades, died Saturday at 91, his son said.
The short answer? Get Nat Hentoff to review it in the Wall Street Journal.