• The History of Literature

    The History of Literature

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    America’s First Man of Letters: Washington Irving

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    Erin Sharkey on the Black Experience of Nature

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    Shilpi Suneja on Writing After Salman Rushdie

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    Marsha Gordon on Ursula Parrott’s Fascinating Life

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    James Shapiro on Shakespeare and America

    By History of Literature  September 18, 2023
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    Maaheen Ahmed on the Dynamism of Comics

    By History of Literature  September 11, 2023
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    Scott Samuelson on the Pleasures of Rome

    By History of Literature  September 5, 2023
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    Vanessa Riley on Haiti’s Only Queen

    By History of Literature  August 21, 2023
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    Exploring Literary New Orleans

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    Exploring Literary Dublin with Christopher Morash

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    Jesse Kavadlo Puts Don DeLillo into Context

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