“You’re Going to Live a Long Life”

A cancer survivor and writer says the “cancer community” lacks a cohesive political movement

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Joyce

In honor of the 136th birthday of James Joyce, read this literary travelogue through Bloomsday and beyond

A Terrifying Delight

Following Robert Frost into the depths

Consummated in Exile

A new recording of Rachmaninoff’s Symphonic Dances conveys the breadth of the 20th-century composer’s life’s journey

The Importance of Being Different

A travel writer’s education

Stereotypes and the City

 What to make of HBO’s attempts to diversify an iconic show?

Ripeness Is All

What may be the fate of classical music’s new superstars?

The Very Elder Statesman

Konrad Adenauer transformed West Germany, doing his best work as an octogenarian

Iris as Pupil

Before this canonical English writer published novels, she was a student of French postwar philosophy

Starving

The feelings of yearning and loss, when faced with an empty nest, can manifest in striking ways

A State of Perpetual Unease

Sartre’s essay on French anti-Semitism cast the problem in existential terms

Keeping House

Clinging to the rituals of home—even when longing to let them go

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