New animated film honors Edward Field, WWII veteran and a hero on several fronts
We loved Ocean Vuong's remarks on Herman Melville's masterpiece, via @lithub: "A book that simply refuses to compromise. . . MOBY-DICK forges the allegory of the hunt as a doomed American quest for self-knowledge."
Listen: Lauren Groff introduces the “wickedly smart” Nancy Hale
“A project of self-transformation”—Benjamin Moser on the life and work of Susan Sontag
Larry Merchant, “Poetry in Motion”
Kate Bolick: “Feminism is common sense,” and other truths from Little Women
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