Articles with keyword "Literature"
Walking tours of Baltimore's Mount Vernon reveal a neighborhood's literary roots and architectural gems.
The hijacking of Vonnegut's early education embarrassed him not just at the time but down the road, when his career would bring him into contact with writers more well-read than he was.
In the manuscript culture of the pre-print age, a lost world of poetry has been rediscovered.
With Henry David Thoreau, winter walks can quickly turn into "frolic gambols."
Numerous translations of Don Quixote, some made without knowledge of Spanish, attest to the novel’s long reach.
From Idaho Humanities, in which this account by Irish poet and Fulbright Scholar Kevin Kiely appeared at the request of the council as his two-year stint teaching and researching in Idaho