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Timeless stories from our 170-year archive handpicked to speak to the news of the day.
William Hazlitt's radical imagination
John Cheever, misread and misunderstood
The Wittgenstein family feud
The larger meaning of the sordid little tale
The audacity of still life
The poetry of Mahmoud Darwish
A Habsburg prince's bid for Ukraine
Katherine Anne Porter and the lies of art
Freeing Wharton from the master's shadow
Roberto Bolaño???s magnum opus
The blues becomes transparent about itself
What happened to the icon of '68?
Notes on a never-ending decade
Why should we look for comfort in poetry?
The politics of literary scapegoating
Henry James's curriculum vitae
Did Mahler get the biographer he deserves?
Rodolphe T??¶pffer's squiggles and squibs
From Plato to Penrose, the music is the message
Resisting the tyranny of the brain
Gershom Scholem's decisive years
Errol Morris and the "bad apples"
W.G. Sebald's melancholy art
The strange history of hygiene
The specter of a no-growth world
Arthur Schlesinger's diaries reveal a blindness to the changing political landscape
Nadine Gordimer does as she pleases
Malcolm Lowry's cinema inferno