Ursula K. Le Guin, “the emissary from Orsinia,” crosses borders and challenges expectations
Happy trails: Library of America co-stars in Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton signoff
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s stark, unheeded “Warning” on slavery
Funding now available to explore America’s role in WWI and its relevance 100 years later
A new “model of black selfhood,” and a heroine ahead of her time, in Their Eyes Were Watching God
Photos: A party in the park celebrates Frederick Law Olmsted
Photos: Ohio University honors LOA President for her commitment to literature
Library of America remembers its founding president and life trustee Daniel Aaron, 1912–2016
Announcing: The Spring 2016 Hamilton Tickets Giveaway
David Denby: Is it still possible to teach The Scarlet Letter in high school?
All the New World’s a stage for 2016’s major Shakespeare anniversary
LOA volumes, “equivalent of the Oscar statue,” play recurring role in prestigious Whiting Awards for emerging writers
NEH grant helps fund major LOA program marking 100th anniversary of U.S. entry into World War I
Abigail Adams on the divisive election of 1800: “universal confusion will be the concequence”
In New York, starry names highlight a 100th birthday party for Shirley Jackson
Reinhold Niebuhr, Barack Obama, and the sense of a reality that “judges yet forgives”
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