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There is a certain uniformity in the Perelman pieces—in the craftsmanship, in the construction. They invariably start off with a highly challenging introduction, a ludicrous statement or something that is made in the very first sentence, that so intrigues the reader that you have to follow through to find out just how this nonsense could possibly end up. It's my conviction that Perelman must labour very hard on his introductions because they must be difficult to do, but they're superb and in many cases flawless. I really don't believe that an editor could improve in any way on a Perelman introduction. (p. 668)

Caskie Stinnett, "Perelman's Revenge or the Gift of Providence, Rhode Island," in The Listener (© British Broadcasting Corp. 1979; reprinted by permission of Caskie Stinnett...

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