Mark Lilla argues that the creed of the reactionary mind can be just as radical (and disturbing) as any revolutionary ideology.
New York Review Books
Whenever there is a choice to be made between meaning and melody, the translator tends to opt for the latter.
First published in 1964, Jean Merrill’s classic children’s novel has just been reissued by New York Review Books to celebrate its 50th anniversary.
How well Conversations with Beethoven works as fiction will depend on the engagement and imaginative powers of the reader.
Pierre Reverdy’s poetry that is suspicious of the deceiving beauty of words, hence its pared-down, elemental, stylistic qualities.
Through meticulous research, interviews, and reminiscence, this compelling book illuminates a nook in the heart of darkness.