Tara Isabella Burton’s new book ‘Self-Made’ surveys the grand, and sometimes ridiculous, history of how crafting identities shaped our modern world.
Joseph Epstein’s new book explains why serious fiction matters, and what we’ll lose if we stop reading it.
Christopher Nolan’s film, like the Greek myth, refuses to simply glorify its protagonist.
The late writer’s gritty style gives us a window into his religious upbringing and imagination.
A look back at Seamus Heaney’s best poem about fathers.
A review of Yukito Ayatsuji’s 'The Mill House Murders.'
A review of ‘Plato Goes to China: The Greek Classics and Chinese Nationalism.’