On the seventy-fifth anniversary of John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath, a celebration of the author's revolutionary belief in familial loyalty and America's disenfranchised poor.
Can a symbol of innocence grow up with its readers?
Cruelty and consolation in the last days of the Roman Empire.
Ancient wisdom regarding corrupt rulers and Roman virtue.
The founder of philosophy is usually seen through Plato's eyes. But Socrates had other interpreters, too.
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