Forthcoming from Library of America: Spring 2019
#RIP Philosopher, educator, unforgettable reader of Emerson and Thoreau: Stanley Cavell has died at the age of 91.
Terrence Rafferty: Elmore Leonard’s West is “an idea of the West”
Nick Offerman: Wendell Berry’s works are a multi-plattered feast
Floyd Gibbons, “Wounded—How It Feels to Be Shot”
Megan Abbott, Jonathan Lethem, and other writers pay tribute to Philip Roth
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