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Meet Baillie Gifford Prize Finalist Simon Schama
The author of
on loving Tolstoy and being brave
November 15, 2017 By
Virginia Woolf on Leo Tolstoy and the Superb Sincerity of the Russian Writers
"Tolstoy seems able to read the minds of different people as certainly as we count the buttons on their coats"
November 7, 2017 By
No One Cares About Your Dreams—Unless You’re a Famous Writer
Saul Bellow, Susan Sontag, Sylvia Plath and more on their nighttime visions
November 1, 2017 By
Was Almost a Plain Old Western
The Sneaky Literary Influences Behind a Modern American Classic
September 6, 2017 By
Michael Lynn Crews
14 Curious Telegrams from (and to) Famous Writers
"I Can't Look You in the Voice"
June 15, 2017 By
Who Will Win the Literary Kentucky Derby?
Fictional Horses, Ranked by their Chances
May 5, 2017 By
Elif Batuman on Fictionalizing Her Life, and Learning to Fact Check
In Conversation with the Author of
March 21, 2017 By
Classic Literary Obituaries, From Virginia Woolf to Marcel Proust
"There is no evidence of foul play."
January 13, 2017 By
Why Does Literature Hate Babies?
On the Sometimes Reciprocal Hostility Between Writing and Children
May 6, 2016 By
The 10 Russian Literary Heroines You Should Know
And Why Russian Women Know Better Than to Expect a Happily-Ever-After
May 5, 2016 By
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