For a generation Lionel Trilling was the only critic that mattered as a new book by Adam Kirsch explains.
Martin Amis—whose latest novel, Lionel Asbo, has just been published—may be suffering from Norman Mailer syndrome.
This possibility must be entertained—we learned from Lionel Tate what happens when sentences for children are too lenient.
The prickly sessions between the king, Bertie (as he was known to his family), and Lionel are charged with humor and poignancy.
In 1999, Strauss-Kahn was France's finance minister, a star of Lionel Jospin's Socialist government, and primed for big things.
However, the doctor was off long before Lionel was out of bed.
Lionel lurched in, closed the door, and shot home one of its bolts.
Denis and Lionel did not disdain to creep in beside them, while Hendricks occupied his usual berth inside his waggon.
He would fight them tooth and claw, and yet Lionel should not suffer.
The seaman had followed the departing Lionel to the door of the little inn and stood by his stirrup after he had got to horse.