There’s something Shakespearian about the grasp of Philip Roth’s fiction.
Some pithy quotes to keep in mind for the New Year.
I’m not going to see Detroit and that’s because I’m sure it will have the virtues of Kathryn Bigelow’s other films and the corresponding flaws.
The Wermacht cut its swathe through France at a rate that amazed Winston Churchill in no small part because it was on speed.
Why do critics like the New Yorker‘s Peter Schjeldahl rush to absolve G.W. Bush?
Some books published in 2016 I’m glad to have read.
Bad Moon Rising turns out to be justified by new evidence, some of which will be surprising to all concerned.
Joshua Rubenstein has penned a compact, chilling account of the demise of the Russian tyrant.
In this book, Peter D. Kramer counters what he sees as an ill-informed and dangerous backlash against antidepressant medications.
For Cynthia Ozick, critics connect the dots; they inform us about what kind of culture we’re living in.