Tag Archives: Kathryn Schulz

Fabulous Takedown of Thoreau’s Walden

Kathryn Schulz has delved deeply into the murky waters of Walden, and written for the New Yorker a fascinating critique of the work and, by extension, of the well-loved American transcendentalist writer. I found most of the points in her … Continue reading

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Literary Tid-Bits: Map of the USA and fun with the word “Czar”

These two links were bouncing around the internet last week, and are fun to revisit: Brooklyn Magazine published the Literary Map of the United States. Take a look and see how well you think each state is matched with a … Continue reading

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