Herman Melville, “Jimmy Rose”
Adopt this book: Kate Chopin: Complete Novels & Stories
Anthony Hunt on the collected Gary Snyder: “His poems move us, drive us back to our fundamental roots”
Aldous Huxley, “Los Angeles. A Rhapsody.”
Ernest Hemingway, “Cat in the Rain”
A Tribute to Gary Snyder
LOA LIVE: Online programs inspired by Library of America publications
LOA remembers designer Robert Scudellari (1933–2022)
Maxine Hong Kingston, “A Sea Worry”
Olivier Zunz on Alexis de Tocqueville, “The Man Who Understood Democracy”
Forthcoming: Spring 2023
Adopt this book: David Goodis: Five Noir Novels of the 1940s & 50s
Jean Stafford, “Old Flaming Youth”
Fiddler on the Roof on Stage and Screen: The Surprising Journey of a Great American Musical
Harriet Ann Jacobs and Louisa M. Jacobs, “Building a School”
Djuna Barnes, “Alla Nazimova”
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