Upon the release of Kael's 1980 collection When the Lights Go Down , her New Yorker colleague Renata Adler published an 8,000-word review in The New York Review of Books that dismissed the book as "jarringly, piece by piece, line by line, and without interruption, worthless."  Adler argued that Kael's post-sixties work contained "nothing certainly of intelligence or sensibility," and faulted her "quirks [and] mannerisms," including Kael's repeated use of the "bullying" imperative and rhetorical question. The piece, which stunned Kael [ citation needed ] and quickly became infamous in literary circles,  was described by Time magazine as "the New York literary Mafia['s] bloodiest case of assault and battery in years."  Although Kael refused to respond, Adler's review became known as "the most sensational attempt on Kael's reputation";  twenty years later, (ironically) referred to Adler's "worthless" denunciation of Kael as her "most famous single sentence." 
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