Articles with keyword "twentieth century"
George Balanchine adored the United States, especially all those dancers from Texas or wherever
Yes, the younger generation loves that old time jazz, but why?
Celebration of the work's centennial
A university president maps the way forward for the humanities.
Neal Gabler on the genius of Walt Disney
Edmund Wilson's Big Idea: A Series of Books Devoted to Classic American Writing. It Almost Didn't Happen.
The origins of the Library of America were a messy business.
Willa Cather in the Desert: Where She Learned What Truly Mattered and Found Material for The Song of the Lark
Walnut Canyon in Arizona was the inspiration for key scenes in Cather's 1915 novel.
In the nineteenth century, making scrapbooks wasn't just for the hoi polloi. Celebrities like Mark Twain clipped and pasted, too.