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“I Love You but I’ve Chosen Darkness,” “Happy Hour,” “Walk with Me,” and “Man Ray.”
Celebrated for her First World War trilogy, Barker has been reimagining the Trojan War through the eyes of its female victims. But what happens when gritty realism meets myth?
Born after the Civil War, he turned himself into its most powerful witness—and modernized the American novel.
A conversation with Michael Favala Goldman, who translated Ditlevsen’s short story “The Umbrella,” in this week’s issue.
From the magazine’s archive: a selection of contemporaneous appraisals of writers and reviews of classic novels.
In “The Morning Star,” the Norwegian novelist gives voice to the feeling that something terrible is coming for us all.
It’s hard to consign the Trump years to the history books when we remain in the middle of the crisis that it sparked.
The author reads his story from the October 18, 2021, issue of the magazine.
The writer had a deep bond with his mentor, Ralph Waldo Emerson. But he also had a profound connection with Emerson’s wife.
From boomers to zoomers, the concept gets social history all wrong.
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