• The History of Literature

    The History of Literature

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    How to Express Your Love to Virginia Woolf

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    Anna Holmes on the Radical Life of Margaret Wise Brown

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    Liu Xinwu and the “Scar Literature” of China

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    Why Should We Read Anything by John Milton Today?

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    On Sophocles, Boswell, and the Power of Literature

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