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  1. The Long White

    ... collection are solid as ice. . . . Dilworth writes about these people with a clean, clear understanding of the kind of cold that ...

    kraken - September 2016

  2. The Homeless of "Ironweed"

    ... Ironweed in a richly nuanced context of major ideas about human nature and experience without recourse to the narrow and wholly ...

    kraken - September 2016

  3. Soldiers Once and Still

    ... Once and Still , he has penned a probing and savvy book about three of our most haunting soldier-writers.”—Donald Anderson, editor, ...

    kraken - September 2016

  4. Writing the Lost Generation

    ... lawns and narrow minds.” Much of what we know about these iconic literary figures comes from their own published letters and ...

    kraken - September 2016

  5. Meyerhold

    ... “Braun has produced a work that is as much about what is arguably one of the most important periods in the cultural ...

    kraken - September 2016

  6. Negative Poetics

    ... fiction and the paranoid syndrome, he makes telling points about the work of many writers, including Shakespeare, Hawthorne, Melville, ...

    kraken - September 2016

  7. Engaging with Shakespeare

    ... 'sympathy,' and developing an 'increasing self-consciousness about the gender-crossing involved in appropriating him.'”— Choice ...

    kraken - September 2016

  8. Twelve Millennia

    ... and Boszhardt have written a readable and informative book about the archaeology of the Upper Mississippi River Valley. I especially like ...

    kraken - September 2016

  9. Emily Dickinson

    ... past (and present) feminine creativity. This is a sane book about a saner poet than perhaps we knew we had; it will be as much a corrective ...

    kraken - September 2016

  10. Thank You for Being Concerned and Sensitive

    ... brings to bear on his characters reveals surprising truths about people despairingly clinging to one another and their illusions.”— ...

    kraken - September 2016