Laura Miller's study of C.S. Lewis falls short of providing a coherent theory of Narnia's magic.
In The Winter Sun, Fanny Howe proves to be a reluctant and rebellious memoirist.
A half-century later, re-evaluating the works of C. Wright Mills, in The Politics of Truth.
Cynthia Ozick, Norman Podhoretz and Alfred Chester contribute to the education of an editor. Second of a two-part memoir.
An unfinished memoir by the late literary editor and critic. The first part of a two-part article.
Upstairs and downstairs with Virginia, Vanessa and the Bloomsbury set.
Who's more to blame in the Love and Consequences hoax: the faux ghetto girl or the credulous book editors and reviewers who so eagerly snapped up her story?
In his recent memoir, former GOP insider Lincoln Chafee boldly decries the Bush era.
New memoirs from Israel and Palestine offer the chance not to escape the political conflict but to grasp the way it impacts daily life.
In I'jaam: An Iraqi Rhapsody, novelist Sinan Antoon explores themes of love, loss, identity and resistance in the face of political oppression.