Review: Carlo Rotella, Cut Time

February 22, 2006
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jacket imageCarlo Rotella’s Cut Time: An Education at the Fights, chronicles his immersion in the fight world, from the brutal classroom of the gym to the spectacle of fight night. Cut Time was recently reviewed in the Columbus Dispatch: "Like venerable boxing writer W. C. Heinz (The Professional), Rotella studies the ring event to discover its meaning rather than burying it under a load of preconceived significance in the manner of Norman Mailer (Advertisements for Myself). Even so, Rotella remains aware that fight writing is not primarily ‘an account of what happened’ but ‘an expression of what a fight or fighter means to a writer.’"
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