Thanks again to Grant for sending me this from the new Paris Review Interviews, Vol. II., now on my Christmas list - from an interview with Harold Bloom. The interviewer narrates within the brackets...
(Midway through the interview...)
....But the early books of Wilson Knight are very fine indeed--certainly one of the most considerable figures of twentieth-century criticism, though he's mostly forgotten now.
[At this point we wander into the kitchen, where Mrs. Bloom is watching the evening news.]
Now let's wait for the news about this comeback for the wretched Yankees. I've been denouncing them. They haven't won since 1979. That's ten years and they're not going to win this year. They're terrible.... What's this?
[TV: The Yankees with their most dramatic win of the year this afternoon.... And the Tigers lost again.]
Oh my God! That means we're just four games out! How very upcheering.
Jessica Hahn is back!
[TV: ...hired on as an on-air personality at a Top 40 radio station in Phoenix... ]
[TV: Playboy magazine had counted on Hahn to come through. She appeared nude in a recent issue.]
Splendid. ...But oh, let us start again, Antonio. What were we talking about?
[We return to the living room.]