Lost Aeneid: C. S. Lewis’s ‘lost’ translation of Virgil’s Aeneid to be published next month.
The Editor’s Notebook: JC Consultancy
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Robin Wasserman’s Lithub article on the girling of contemporary culture gets to the heart of those niggling questions behind the term ‘girl’ and why, as women, the term raises hackles. How can it be offensive when girl-titled books — Gone Girl, The Girl on the Train, The Girl in the Red Coat — resonate with women readers? I […]
Barefoot at the Lake: A memoir of summer people and water creatures, by Bruce Fogle (September Publishing) Along with other city families, the Fogles spent the months from June to August at their Lake Chemong cabin, involved in the local community and wasting days on Swallows-and-Amazons-type summer activities, while father, Morris, commuted to work in his […]