What do Raymond Chandler’s protagonists have in common with hip-hop artists?
At The Atlantic, Ta-Nehisi Coates investigates:
“I’ve had the privilege of reading The Big Sleep, between bouts of dabbling with the new Kendrick Lamar. Both works are technically impressive. And both have a hot throbbing core of misogyny. Lamar’s misogyny is more profane, but it’s no more intense.”