Category Archives: Sartre (Jean Paul)

Rising to the Author’s Challenge

Novelist Lily Tuck warns against seeing literature too much as reality. Reading should be more akin to a church-going experience.

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Elated? Depressed? This Lit’s for You

Lit to caution election night winners and bolster election night losers.

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