The Irish novelist looks back on a life of trails blazed.
Will the life and writing of a lost American genius receive a posthumous second act?
The candid correspondence of a 20th century literary innovator.
A 1913 exploration of Antarctica takes a death-defying turn.
The author of Shouting Won't Help on hearing loss, the arts, and the causes of our increasingly louder world.
Henry VIII's diplomat (and Anne Boleyn's lover) as seen through his vivid poetry.
The blithe soul of Bertie Wooster can be spotted in his creator's correspondence.
One of literature’s greatest wits crosses the pond, in search of exceptionalism abroad and within.
The memoirist talks about the bar as solace, sanctuary -- and second home.
The intensely private life of an artist who married the quotidian and the revolutionary.
The iconic Israeli writer talks about his memoir of the War of Independence and his late-in-life literary celebrity.
Charles Dickens's beloved characters often harbored terrible secrets. Their creator was no different.
The revolutionary painter, in the eyes of his contemporaries, was by turns a genius and simpleton.
A novelist reveals the real-life inspiration for his hard-luck fiction.
A deeply sympathetic examination of the Founding Father's paradoxes.
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