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John Greenville and Stephen Presser discuss the enduring relevance of several classics: Sinclair Lewis' Babbitt, William Makepeace Thackeray's Vanity Fair, and Henry James's The Portrait of a Lady.
Ayad Akhtar’s work, "Homeland Elegies," inadvertently juxtaposes diversity’s fiction with culture-clashing truth.
Reviews of Homeland Elegies: A Novel by Ayad Akhtar and The Forgotten Slave Trade: The White European Slaves of Islam by Simon Webb.
Those in search of data and evidence explaining how American society began its ineluctable decline in 1970 need look no further than Ages of Discord.
John Greenville reads Ages of Discord and Executive Editor Edward Welsch reads The Machiavellians.
University of Denver law professor Nancy Leong has written a jaundiced polemic excoriating Republicans and Trump supporters at every turn.
William Deresiewicz has struck again, explain how the tech industry is killing the arts.
Think the wealthy's crusade are always charitable and selfless? Think again.
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