Americans Abroad in Literature: A Passport to Reading

I’ve always gotten a kick out of Holly Golightly’s visiting card from Truman Capote’s novella Breakfast at Tiffany’s: her name, “Holly Golightly,” and below just one word: “Traveling.” In our current pandemic era, when travel has all but come to a standstill, one of my favorite courses to teach at Williams College seems even more … Continue reading Americans Abroad in Literature: A Passport to Reading