Ursula K. Le Guin, “The Day Before the Revolution”
Rejecting Claude McKay: An author’s lost, and last, novel
CUNY historian weighs the parallels between Donald Trump and Andrew Jackson
Cautionary tale as catharsis in Ross Macdonald’s The Instant Enemy
Jane Bowles, “A Stick of Green Candy”
Morgan Library exhibition on Henry James beautifully reveals how “the arts are one”
Barbara Deming, “Southern Peace Walk: Two Issues or One?”
Library of America announces new leadership in its thirty–fifth year
Gatsby as noir: The genesis of Ross Macdonald’s Black Money
Henry David Thoreau, “A Walk to Wachusett”
Making history, one day at a time: The diaries of John Quincy Adams
Free copies of The Essential Hamilton available for U.S. high school teachers
Museum exhibition presents Thoreau’s journal as a monument to the examined life
John Quincy Adams, “This Whole Horrible Transaction”
In Berkeley, a big series claims the big screen for Women Crime Writers
In a Lonely Place: Film noir as an opera of male fury
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