Charles Brockden Brown, “Somnambulism”
Cocktails, wisecracks, and murder: The Thin Man’s married couple for the ages
Lawrence Rosenwald: War No More demonstrates “remarkable vitality and diversity” of American antiwar writing
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Ellen N. La Motte, “Heroes”
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David Bordwell pays homage to the “daredevil criticism” of four pioneering film writers
Stephen Crane, “The Fight”
Photos: Ohio University honors LOA President for her commitment to literature
The Heiress: William Wyler unveils the psychological ferocity of Henry James’s Washington Square
Library of America remembers its founding president and life trustee Daniel Aaron, 1912–2016
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David Denby: Is it still possible to teach The Scarlet Letter in high school?
Frederick Law Olmsted, “Trees in Streets and in Parks”
Belle Marshall Locke, “The Hiartville Shakespeare Club”
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