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Críticas: "The great Max Beerbohm may be the paradigm of the minor writer and the happy man. In other words: Max Beerbohm was a good and gracious soul." --Roberto BolaNo, "Between Parentheses"
"For me, Beerbohm has an almost dangerously perfect tone--a mixture of benign serenity and quiet intellectual authority that I think is the tone every essayist searches for." --Adam Gopnik
"Beerbohm's prose style--clever, fast-paced, and sometimes on the verge of anarchy--balances humor with style, and provides a master class in using irony--the greatest weapon in Beerbohm's arsenal--to look at high culture." --Jason Diamond, "Flavorwire"
"[Beerbohm's] works provide a glimpse of daily life in the 19th and early 20th centuries, revealing that while manners and dress have evolved, human nature certainly has not...Beerbohm's essays deserve to be revisited today...his writing is humorous and self-deprecating." --"Publishers Weekly"

The great Max Beerbohm may be the paradigm of the minor writer and the happy man. In other words: Max Beerbohm was a good and gracious soul. Roberto Bolano, "Between Parentheses"
For me, Beerbohm has an almost dangerously perfect tone a mixture of benign serenity and quiet intellectual authority that I think is the tone every essayist searches for. Adam Gopnik
Beerbohm s prose style clever, fast-paced, and sometimes on the verge of anarchy balances humor with style, and provides a master class in using irony the greatest weapon in Beerbohm s arsenal to look at high culture. Jason Diamond, "Flavorwire"
[Beerbohm s] works provide a glimpse of daily life in the 19th and early 20th centuries, revealing that while manners and dress have evolved, human nature certainly has not...Beerbohm s essays deserve to be revisited today...his writing is humorous and self-deprecating. "Publishers Weekly"
Beerbohm never ceases to entertain with the eloquence of his prose and his dry humor. In a trite, yet appropriate, phrase, he is a master of his craft. His words are beautiful and his thoughts are oftentimes quite profound and universal, relevant not just to late nineteenth/early twentieth century Britain, but to all times His writing always feels fresh and its essence true Beerbohm holds an insatiable imagination Rescue it, read it, and treasure it. Kenyon Ellefson, "Portland Book Review""

"As curmudgeons go, Beerbohm was a gentle and self-effacing one. There are very funny broadsides here against walking, against the cult of children, against writing boring letters and against literary toadyism...an intimate kind of warmth does blossom beneath the surface of many of these pieces; he is a man with a full and rippling heart." --Dwight Garner, The New York Times
"The great Max Beerbohm may be the paradigm of the minor writer and the happy man. In other words: Max Beerbohm was a good and gracious soul." --Roberto Bolano, Between Parentheses
"The essayist and caricaturist Max Beerbohm was one of the great figures of the late Victorian and Edwardian era in London...People who love reading will always love reading Max, because he mocked so wisely, and read so well." --Adam Gopnik, The New Yorker
"Beerbohm's prose style--clever, fast-paced, and sometimes on the verge of anarchy--balances humor with style, and provides a master class in using irony--the greatest weapon in Beerbohm's arsenal--to look at high culture." --Jason Diamond, Flavorwire
"[Beerbohm's] works provide a glimpse of daily life in the 19th and early 20th centuries, revealing that while manners and dress have evolved, human nature certainly has not...Beerbohm's essays deserve to be revisited today...his writing is humorous and self-deprecating." --Publishers Weekly
"Beerbohm never ceases to entertain with the eloquence of his prose and his dry humor. In a trite, yet appropriate, phrase, he is a master of his craft. His words are beautiful and his thoughts are oftentimes quite profound and universal, relevant not just to late nineteenth/early twentieth century Britain, but to all times...His writing always feels fresh and its essence true...Beerbohm holds an insatiable imagination... Rescue it, read it, and treasure it." --Kenyon Ellefson, Portland Book Review

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