Photograph from Granger
In a new book, classicist Richard Thomas explores Bob Dylan’s literary ties to ancient Greece and Rome.
Photograph from the Everett Collection Inc./Alamy Stock photo
Anne Fadiman ’74 recalls her father, Clifton, in an excerpt from The Wine Lover’s Daughter
Photograph by Andre Avanessian
Maureen Freely ’74, longtime translator of Orhan Pamuk, shares the nuances of bringing a text from one language to another.
Recent books with Harvard connections
Photograph by Stu Rosner
Stephanie Burt ’94 is the kind of poetry critic who provokes anger in other poetry critics.
From the Missouri Compromise to the 2016 election, Kevin Young's Bunk takes stock of American hoaxes, con men, and race fantasies.
Correspondence on not-so-famous lost words
Photograph by Kevin Grady/Radcliffe Institute
John Wang ’16, winner of Radcliffe’s public art competition, reflects on art and historical perspective.