Articles tagged with literature

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Joel Christensen

Many revere Latin as the soul of Western civilization. But its beauty should not keep us from reckoning with its history.

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Jonathan Beecher Field

When conservatives declare the death of the English major, they highlight the need for the critical thinking skills that English departments excel at teaching.

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Joy James

A timely new documentary celebrates Morrison’s novels, but downplays the enduring power of her work as an editor and essayist.

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John Crowley

Remembering Ray Bradbury (1920–2012)

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Neel Mukherjee

An excerpt from Neel Mukherjee's forthcoming graphic novel. With art by Tom Uglow.

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John Crowley

Science fiction author Ted Chiang wrote the story for the Academy Award–winning film Arrival. Now his new collection of short stories gives us further glimpses of possible futures.

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Boston Review

A radical revisioning of our creative writing programs.

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Marta Figlerowicz

From the bisexual demimonde of prewar Paris to investigating Soviet war crimes, Józef Czapski’s life encapsulates the extremes of twentieth-century Europe.

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John Crowley

The cult artist and author proves an evasive subject for biography, a fact that would surely have delighted him.