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Ada Louise Huxtable: Her Critical Judgments Were Built to Last

January 9, 2013

As a critic, Huxtable combined the forensic skill of a Clarence Darrow with the righteous passion of an Old Testament prophet. Her prose was clarion-clear and uncompromising, yet leavened by wit and verve.

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