March 30 – April 3, 2019
- Leslie Jamison on parenting (and being sick) during a pandemic.
- Read from Samuel Pepys’ 1665 plague blog.
- Gerald Howard makes a case for why Don DeLillo deserves the Nobel Prize.
- Emily Raboteau on homeschooling during a pandemic.
- In Kurt Vonnegut’s earliest recorded speech, he implored the government to “let the killing stop.”
- On May Alcott Nieriker, who inspired the character of Amy March.
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- Jennifer Ehle, Contagion star and former Elizabeth Bennet, is reading Austen in quarantine.March 19, 2020 by Aaron Robertson
- Okay, now the LAST lines of 10 classic novels, rewritten for social distancing.March 19, 2020 by Jessie Gaynor
- Big-hearted strangers turn Little Free Libraries into Little Free Pantries.March 18, 2020 by Dan Sheehan
- The first lines of 10 classic novels, rewritten for social distancing.March 16, 2020 by Jessie Gaynor
- Border Stories: A Guide to the Novels of Don WinslowApril 3, 2020 by Bruce Riordan
- The Best Reviewed Books of the WeekApril 3, 2020
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