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Reader, Come Home: The Reading Brain in a Digital World | Maryanne Wolf | Harper Collins
On a film with a uniquely countercultural disposition
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
Solzhenitsyn and American Culture: The Russian Soul in the West | Ed. David P. Deavel and Jessica Hooten Wilson | Notre Dame
8 strategies for curating a summer of delightful reading
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
How the dialectical, the dialogical, and the dramatic create an openness that allows art to flourish
How Homer's epic similes, archetypal characters, and violent scenes come alive on the American wilderness
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