Library of America remembers Life Trustee J. D. McClatchy, 1945–2018
Claire Messud on the new Laura Ingalls Wilder bio, for @nybooks: "perhaps few of us know to what degree the books have been part of the culture wars."
Pulitzer winner Caroline Fraser on the “deep and unresolved tensions” in the Little House books
Michelle Dean’s Sharp celebrates ten women writers who did it their way
Reinhold Niebuhr combined “tough-minded political realism with a sympathetic understanding of society’s injustices”
Kate Chopin, “Her Letters”
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