The Age of Movies: Selected Writings of Pauline Kael by Pauline Kael, edited by Sanford Schwartz
Pauline Kael: A Life in the Dark by Brian Kellow
The Best of Buster twelve feature-length and twelve short films by Buster Keaton,
A Hard Act to Follow a documentary directed by Kevin Brownlow and David Gill (1987)
Buster Keaton: Interviews edited by Kevin W. Sweeney
Lost Keaton: Sixteen Comedy Shorts, 1934–37 Kino, DVD, $34.95
The General a film directed by Buster Keaton and Clyde Bruckman (1926)
Steamboat Bill, Jr. a film directed by Charles F. Reisner (1928)
Sherlock, Jr./Three Ages films directed by Buster Keaton and Eddie Cline (1924/1923)
Our Hospitality a film directed by Buster Keaton and Jack Blystone (1923)
The Short Films Collection, 1920–1923 nineteen films directed by Buster Keaton and others
One of the remarkable lessons of the photographer Thomas Struth’s forty-year career is what great range—and how expressive a style—is available within an approach that aspires to complete neutrality.
It’s been argued that poetry is an ailing art—indeed, National Poetry Month itself often seems to me a defibrillator desperately applied to the limp body of lyric poetry, while the world’s novels and memoirs and tweets and video games mill around, loud, vertical, and indifferent—but reading the last five decades of poems in the Review is a pretty good antidote to such anxieties.