From the Stacks: "Emily and Her Sisters"
July 30, 2013

Emily Brontë was born 195 years ago today. In her honor, we bring you New Republic associate editor Robert Morss Lovett's 1928 take on Emily, her sisters, and her legacy.

July 30, 2013

Really it's like Friday in grade school ...

An American Poet Outgrows Surrealism
July 27, 2013

Dean Young is one of the most distinguished mid-career poets in America. His new book of new and selected poems shows how he has emerged from a dire medical condition to write the best poems of his life.

From the Stacks: The Poetry of Aldous Huxley
July 26, 2013

Aldous Huxley would have reached the ripe old age of 119 today. In his honor, we present a selection of his poetry as published in The New Republic.

From the Stacks: The Poetry of Frank O'Hara
July 25, 2013

Frank O'Hara died 47 years ago today. In his honor, we present two of his poems, as they appeared in The New Republic.

From the Stacks: "Why Coleridge?"
July 25, 2013

In honor of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, who died 181 years ago today, Kenneth Burke's 1939 essay lauding Coleridge as a great champion of idealism.

Where the I Comes From
July 22, 2013

Our days often ended and began ...

Rereading Jane Austen's Novels
July 18, 2013

This time round, they didn't seem so comic.

July 16, 2013

And daybreak! The sun ...

C Student
July 15, 2013

"The world should be run by C students" ...