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February 8, 2021
Tom Brady rose from obscurity to become a standard-bearing quarterback hero, jousting with many characters along the way. We asked experts in various fields if they could...
February 1, 2021
Since its publication in November, “The Orchard,” a debut novel by first-year Yale Law School student and Yale College graduate David Hopen ’17 has been reviewed or cited in...
David Hopen, "The Orchard"
February 1, 2021
Since its publication in November, “The Orchard,” a debut novel by first-year Yale Law School student and Yale College graduate David Hopen ’17 has been reviewed or cited in...
January 29, 2021
The AAP announced today that The Ferrante Letters is the Winner of the Literature category for the 2021 PROSE Awards from the Association of American Publishers. The Ferrante...
January 25, 2021
Vanessa Chung ‘20 has just won the Leon Edel Prize for the James portion of her essay, “ ‘Unseen Place[s],’ Unlifted Corners: Portrait’s Narrative Gaps”, which will be...
January 14, 2021
Thomas Russell Whitaker, the Fredrick W. Hilles Professor of English & Theater Studies, Emeritus, scholar of modern poetry and drama, died at Middlesex Hospital in...
January 14, 2021
Henry James did not write for the classroom. His personal experience of the institution was erratic at best, and most of his work was published at a time when the novel had...