This invigorating book formulates a caveat: beware of music..
In Eternity’s Sunrise, Leo Damrosch’s prose flows, filled with imaginative lucidity.
If Real Life Rock‘s page count seems daunting, fear not. There isn’t an entry you’ll want to skip.
These three books by Patrick Modiano are short, intense, and sensuous.
Clive James gets the most out of whatever’s on the page and isn’t shy about making larger connections.
Although there is a strangely dour tinge to this biography of Peggy Guggenheim, Francine Prose is ultimately fair.
Zoë Anderson’s volume aims to give readers a handy way to discern the most influential ballets from among the confusing proliferation that we find in today’s repertory.
Biographer Annie Cohen-Solal is perhaps strongest on one thread of Mark Rothko’s narrative: his experience as a Jewish immigrant.
The Dirty Dust is a novel of almost unbelievable invention, humor, pathos, eloquence, and fury.
Harvard Divinity School professor Kevin Madigan’s scholarly but always compelling exposition of the evolution of the church will spark introspection among practicing Christians.