A Political and Literary Forum
Indian literature in English after Arundhati Roy
Our democracy may depend on government workers, and indeed all of us, saying "I would prefer not to."
Hamilton presents us with the Choice of Hercules retold as a choice between two kinds of political life.
Martha C. Nussbaum
On the poems of Alice Oswald.
As questions about Neruda's death linger, a lost archive of unpublished poems, hidden amongst his notebooks, has surfaced.
Our critique of the present is essential to producing a future.
Between 1885 and 1943, three brilliant female novelists married young, to men who would never understand their passions or come to terms with the scope of their gifts.
In "The Night in Question," as with a few of Tobias Wolff’s other short stories, there was a man
Quyen Nguyen, Tobias Wolff
Remembering Ray Bradbury (1920–2012)
An excerpt from Neel Mukherjee's forthcoming graphic novel. With art by Tom Uglow.
Pride and Prejudice directed by Joe Wright.
Alan A. Stone
In Haiti, a militant, prophetic literature thrives alongside political disaster.
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