Elizabeth McKenzie's "The Portable Veblen" concerns a character named Veblen, a woman who feels keenly the ideas of the great economist.
The JLF brings together writers from all over the world for readings, lectures, discussions and celebration at the Diggi Palace in Jaipur, India.
Lee's novel has been criticized for its depictions of race, but the questions it raised continue to resonate in an America where racial animus persists.
How politicians use language to manipulate the public and sway them toward particular world-views.
Today marks the publication of English Renaissance Poetry, an anthology of poems selected by the novelist John Williams.
Is To Kill a Mockingbird a literary juggernaut or a failed book?
In The Atlantic on Sunday, Devony Looser discussed the 20-year-old film adaptation of Sense and Sensibility.
In Mira Ptacin's, Poor Your Soul, the question is: How does one grieve a baby that never was? These resources may help us know.
Providing some historical context to Han King's The Vegetarian.
The housewife novel is having a comeback, continuing the tradition of exploring domesticity and self-hood in fiction.