Look back at two decades of antiracist literature, including poetry, nonfiction, and fiction works by Black authors speaking truth to power.
Does it mean anything to apologize for virulent bigotry on someone else's behalf?
A look at the life and times of "The Gift of the Magi" author O. Henry. Buckle up, it’s going to be a bumpy post!
Prepare your Great Gatsby pastiche, everyone. These books from 1925 are entering the public domain on January 1.
Pop a bottle of champagne, stare at a distant green light, then discover which GREAT GATSBY character you are most like, old sport!
Missing live theater, one Shakespeare fan turns on the tube and delivers your go-to guide to the best Shakespeare film adaptations.
A reader's analysis of idealized and stereotypical depictions of disability through Tiny Tim in Dickens' A CHRISTMAS CAROL.
You've read Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys, but have you read these other books like Nancy Drew? Meet 8 classic teen sleuths.
If you're curious about the the first book to be printed using moveable type, learn more about the Gutenberg Bible and how to see it here.
A Jane Austen fan takes a look at some of the radical elements of the author's stories as well as her societal critiques.
Taking a look at the Thomas Hardy classic, FAR FROM THE MADDING CROWD, and its character, William Boldwood, as an early fictional example of an incel.
A reader recounts an in-class rebellion to fight for space to discuss queerness in Woolf's ORLANDO, and how that rebellion encouraged her as a reader.
Find out how well you know both bold, poetic feminist powerhouse writers by deciding who said it: Fiona Apple or Virginia Woolf!
A reader and teacher on the educational philosophy she calls the Young Goodman Brown effect, named after the story by Nathaniel Hawthorne.