Michael Dirda reviews Duncan Wu's William Hazlitt: The First Modern Man for the Washington Post, 11 January.
Louis Boyard,"Sociable Darwinists," Washington Post, 11 January, reviews Barry Werth's Banquet at Delmonico's: Great Minds, the Gilded Age, and the Triumph of Evolution in America.
Jack Rosenthal,"The Mogul at Play," NYT, 9 January, reviews Kenneth Whyte's The Uncrowned King: The Sensational Rise of William Randolph Hearst.
David Garrow,"True North," Wilson Quarterly, Winter, reviews Thomas Sugrue's Sweet Land of Liberty: The Forgotten Struggle for Civil Rights in the North.
Mark Falcoff,"Collaborative Artists: The French cultural establishment's inglorious response to Nazi rule," WSJ, 3 January, reviews Frederic Spotts's The Shameful Peace.
Diana Preston,"To the Ramparts!" Washington Post, 11 January, reviews Michael Korda's With Wings Like Eagles: A History of the Battle of Britain.
James Campbell,"Howls," NYT, 9 January, reviews Bill Morgan, ed., The Letters of Allen Ginsberg and Morgan, ed., The Selected Letters of Allen Ginsberg and Gary Snyder.
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