Free copies of American Speeches now available for U.S. high school teachers
.@meganeabbott makes the case for Raymond Chandler in 2018: "I’m drawn to him because the world he brings to life so vividly is a world I understand, especially now."
Henry James, “Greville Fane”
Forthcoming from Library of America: Spring 2019
Ling Ma: William Maxwell, Bret Easton Ellis, and how fiction can do the impossible
Local students visit LOA to learn about a new “Wrinkle” in a beloved classic
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