"The law is wrong; I am right"
the US got it more beautiful BY FAR.
Now I almost feel like buying the US version and give my UK version away.
The US-version has the name of the editor on the front-cover, while the UK-edition has - placed on the same part of the cover - the super-original quotation: "A laureate of American low life (Time)", which I've never heared anywhere before.
Me neither. Buk used to be called, "The poet laureate of skid row". Now he's just "A laureate of American low life", which is a lesser title (not that I cared too much about "The poet laureate of skid row" title). What's next, "Another laureate of American low life", maybe? :hmh: