Across his studies of culture and materialism, critic and philosopher Terry Eagleton looks for the "heart of a heartless world."  Essay by Robert Christgau.

With a God on His Side

Across his studies of culture and materialism, critic and philosopher Terry Eagleton looks for the "heart of a heartless world." Essay by Robert Christgau.

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Robert Christgau 02.jpg

Vol. 1 Brooklyn | Weekend Bites: Porochista Khakpour on Ottessa Moshfegh’s Latest, Literary Communities, Robert Christgau, Juliet Escoria Interviewed, and More

Vol. 1 Brooklyn | Weekend Bites: Porochista Khakpour on Ottessa Moshfegh’s Latest, Literary Communities, Robert Christgau, Juliet Escoria Interviewed, and More

Robert Christgau's Memoir

Read an Excerpt From Robert Christgau's Memoir 'Going Into the City'

Robert Christgau's Memoir

robert christgau | Robert Christgau's Five Favorite Pazz & Jop Essays

robert christgau | Robert Christgau's Five Favorite Pazz & Jop Essays

Toesucker Blues: Robert Christgau's Farewell Salute to Lou Reed

Toesucker Blues: Robert Christgau's Farewell Salute to Lou Reed

The Great Debate: Singles vs. Albums Movement. From left: Robert Christgau (Dean of American Rock Critics), Anand Wilder Yeasayer), Bill Werde (Billboard), Niles Hollowell-Dhar ( The Cataracs), and Jay Frank (DigSin).#NMS2014

The Great Debate: Singles vs. Albums Movement. From left: Robert Christgau (Dean of American Rock Critics), Anand Wilder Yeasayer), Bill Werde (Billboard), Niles Hollowell-Dhar ( The Cataracs), and Jay Frank (DigSin).#NMS2014

End of 2016 Blues: Expert Witness with Robert Christgau - Noisey

End of 2016 Blues: Expert Witness with Robert Christgau - Noisey

Love, Trophies, and Texas: Expert Witness with Robert Christgau - Noisey

Love, Trophies, and Texas: Expert Witness with Robert Christgau - Noisey

Going into the City : Portrait of a Critic As a Young Man (Reprint) (Paperback) (Robert Christgau)

Going into the City : Portrait of a Critic As a Young Man (Reprint) (Paperback) (Robert Christgau)

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Going into the City: portrait of a critic as a young man by Robert Christgau -- New Book Guide May 2015 -- For more information click here: http://gilfind.ega.edu/vufind/Record/100358

Going into the City: portrait of a critic as a young man by Robert Christgau -- New Book Guide May 2015 -- For more information click here: http://gilfind.ega.edu/vufind/Record/100358

In our Tuesday morning reading: notes on Kathy Acker, Michelle Orange on Kim Gordon, an interview with Robert Christgau, a review of Paul Beatty's latest, and more.

In our Tuesday morning reading: notes on Kathy Acker, Michelle Orange on Kim Gordon, an interview with Robert Christgau, a review of Paul Beatty's latest, and more.

Robert Christgau  A contributor to Esquire, Village Voice, Rolling Stone, Blender and many more for over four decades, Robert Christgau is considered to be one of the most important critics of American pop culture. His weekly column Christgau’s Consumer Guide ran for 41 years and it was him who launched Village Voice’s annual Pazz & Jop critics’ poll. On his blog Expert Witness he now writes for MSN Music.

Robert Christgau A contributor to Esquire, Village Voice, Rolling Stone, Blender and many more for over four decades, Robert Christgau is considered to be one of the most important critics of American pop culture. His weekly column Christgau’s Consumer Guide ran for 41 years and it was him who launched Village Voice’s annual Pazz & Jop critics’ poll. On his blog Expert Witness he now writes for MSN Music.

Robert Christgau: Expert Witness — Cuepoint — Medium

Robert Christgau: Expert Witness

Robert Christgau: Expert Witness — Cuepoint — Medium

robert christgau | Afternoon Bites: Joe Hill, Robert Christgau, Ted Leo on Fugazi, and ...

robert christgau | Afternoon Bites: Joe Hill, Robert Christgau, Ted Leo on Fugazi, and ...

DRUM BEATS; hahahaha, I always thought the drums were being assaulted here. BITS AND PIECES, Dave Clark Five 1964. Robert Christgau, writing in 1969, called the song "a wonderfully serviceable rock throwaway, raucous and meaningless, perfect for shouting into the night."[5]

DRUM BEATS; hahahaha, I always thought the drums were being assaulted here. BITS AND PIECES, Dave Clark Five 1964. Robert Christgau, writing in 1969, called the song "a wonderfully serviceable rock throwaway, raucous and meaningless, perfect for shouting into the night."[5]

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