Phillips's insistence on the primacy of 1775 as “the pivotal year” creates more problems than it solves.
Cahalan understands her memoir as an illumination of absence more than an act of retrospection.
Ultimately, Aries’s book succeeds in complicating easy prescriptions for improving diversity at elite colleges.
In this novel Kingsolver abandons the spirited determination of her memoir in favor of transparent literary activism.
The problem is this: either Middleton thinks her readers are idiots or she herself needs some schooling.
If Dear Life is part of a kind of coda on her career, what message does it dispatch?
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What Rich drew out of the shadows, and put into practice, was that deeply democratic, beautifully mixed alloy practiced by Whitman.
Paterno owes its success to our preposterous sepia-toned ideal of the coach.