SOURCE: Public Books
by Jeffrey Lawrence
Herman Melville's move to Pittsfield in western Massachusetts wasn't a withdrawal from society; he was active in building the cultural life of the Berkshire region.
SOURCE: The Atlantic
by Judith Shulevitz
"Roth had baggage in all domains of life, and Bailey, an eager bellhop, carries the whole load for him—the unhappy marriages and contentious divorces and relationships and affairs and everything else as well."
by Bruce Chadwick
A review of Looking for LeRoy, a play about one of the most controversial playwrights and poets in American history
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