“A project of self-transformation”—Benjamin Moser on the life and work of Susan Sontag
New @nytimes oral history of the 1994 LITTLE WOMEN adaptation has everything: Wigs afire. Sun-dappled spittle. Death rattles.
David Rieff on how his mother, Susan Sontag, lived as “a citizen of the Republic of Letters”
Mary Berry: Extending Wendell Berry’s legacy is “the most hopeful work I can think of”
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Mildred Clingerman, “Mr. Sakrison’s Halt”
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