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Literature

The Sharp Edge of Life

By Saul Bellow, from a previously unpublished essay written in 1951 and included in There Is Simply Too Much to Think About: Collected Nonfiction, edited by Benjamin Taylor and out…

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On Joyce and Syphilis

New evidence of the author’s suffering, and reflections on the scholarly debate Read More

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What Is Literature?

There’s a new definition of literature in town. It has been slouching toward us for some time now but may have arrived officially in 2009, with the publication of Greil…

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In the Margins of Twelve Years a Slave

Tracing an original edition of Solomon Northup’s narrative to a slaveholder Read More

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The Burnt, the Abandoned, and the Died-on

Bernard Malamud’s three unfinished novels Read More

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NYC vs. HEA

Romance writers, Jennifer Weiner, and the future of publishing Read More

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Future as Parable

By John Crowley, from a lecture delivered in June at MoMA PS1 as part of Triple Canopy’s Speculations (“The future is            ”) series. Crowley’s article “Madame and the Masters” appeared…

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The Worlds of Sholem Aleichem

Jeremy Dauber on the remarkable life and afterlife of the man who created Tevye the Dairyman Read More

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The Tutelage of Charlotte and Emily Brontë

The Brontë sisters’ devoirs on filial love, under the instruction of Constantin Heger Read More

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