LOA LIVE: Online programs inspired by Library of America publications
The Genius of Hemingway
Shirley Jackson: A Rather Haunted Life
The Paranoid Style in American Politics: Revisiting Richard Hofstadter in the Time of Trump
Watch: Poets, actors, and others launch Lift Every Voice with rousing online event
Reading James Baldwin Now: Eddie Glaude, Jr., on “The White Man’s Guilt”
Thirteen Days: Abraham Lincoln and the Crisis of Presidential Succession
Reading James Baldwin Now: Farah Jasmine Griffin on “Sonny’s Blues”
Harold Bloom and the American Canon from Emerson to Toni Morrison
What Is American Conservatism?
YouTube reviewer extols the virtues of our Melville poetry volume: “This exists!”
#GlobalGwen initiative celebrates Gwendolyn Brooks and a literary milestone
“How to be a man who’s not a jerk”: Cartoonist Chris Ware on Charles M. Schulz, Mr. Rogers, and Beethoven
Silliness, small stakes, and a compelling other world: Jonathan Franzen pays homage to Peanuts
Watch: “You’re weird, sir” — or, Peanuts and the politics of personal identity
Kate Bolick: “Feminism is common sense,” and other truths from Little Women
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