Articles with keyword "Literature"
The question of authority among writers nags us less today than it did in the late Middle Ages, when poets and philosophers began daring to pen their works in the vernacular.
First of all, they are not even French. Second, they’re hardly household names.
Charles Brockden Brown mixed spontaneous combustion with Gothic horror.
One hundred years after his death on April 21, 1910, Mark Twain is having one of the busiest years of his afterlife.
Sometime in the late 1960s or early seventies, a neighbor told Guan Moye about a writer he knew whose work was so popular that he could afford to eat jiaozi—“those tasty little pork dumplings