Point of Departure
Macbeth minus its supernatural elements could not have mattered so much to Lincoln and Dr. Johnson—and should not matter to us
Edwin M. Yoder Jr.
My meals with W. H. Auden, E. M. Forster, Philip Larkin, and William Empson
Steven L. Isenberg
The corresponding prose of midcentury poets
Nuggets from a critical gold mine
Are we getting more obsessive or more compulsive about diagnosing?
A massacre of Apache women and children, and the difficulties of telling their story
An art critic and historian turns his attention to contemporary photography