How W.E.B. Du Bois restored Black eyewitness accounts to the history of Reconstruction
Via @Plough, @phil_christman reads Virginia Hamilton for the first time, thanks to our forthcoming Hamilton collection: "Like all the best character-driven fiction, her work is an act of open-ended empathy and negative capability"
Adopt this book: Sherwood Anderson, Collected Stories
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John Muir, “Yosemite Valley in Flood”
Rediscovering Rachel Carson: The Oceans, the Climate Crisis, and the “Poet of the Sea”
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