(As chosen by the FORMA editors in honor of her 130th birthday)
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Reader, Come Home: The Reading Brain in a Digital World | Maryanne Wolf | Harper Collins
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On a film with a uniquely countercultural disposition
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(We're going FREE!)
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The English poet, priest, and musician discusses writing poetry during the age of the Coronavirus.
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How one publisher gives us the chance to remember forgotten classics
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Solzhenitsyn and American Culture: The Russian Soul in the West | Ed. David P. Deavel and Jessica Hooten Wilson | Notre Dame
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8 strategies for curating a summer of delightful reading
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For Stevens elegance was a pathway to the divine, but it also reminds us that the divine may be just one more product of the imagination
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How Homer's epic similes, archetypal characters, and violent scenes come alive on the American wilderness
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How the dialectical, the dialogical, and the dramatic create an openness that allows art to flourish
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Or: Seven books that remind us about the purpose of learning and what constitutes a truly freeing education
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