American literature

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  • 4 Apr 2024
    Jonathan Berliner

    Faulkner’s Material Texts

    William Faulkner at his home in Oxford, Mississippi, ca. 1932 In 2016, a handmade booklet of drawings and poems turned up on an episode of Antiques Roadshow from Little Rock, Arkansas. The man who owned the piece described it as “a book of poems by William Faulkner,” and appraiser Ian Ehling, now Director of Fine […]

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  • 28 Mar 2024
    Michael Borshuk

    Jazz: That Fantastic Mix

    In late 2022, BMW began manufacturing their new hybrid SUV, the XM. The German automaker had unveiled the vehicle in concept form a year earlier—at an Art Basel event they sponsored in Miami Beach, Florida. Promoting the forthcoming release of a “product unlike anything [BMW had] ever produced,” the company paired the vehicle’s premiere with […]

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  • 12 Aug 2023
    Jan Baetens, Hugo Frey, Fabrice Leroy

    The Cambridge Companion to the American Graphic Novel

    What is the American Graphic Novel? Why is it important to study its form, history, and content, and how should one approach this endeavor while opening new ground for the examination of graphic narrative in general? These are some of the key questions addressed in this collection that brings together the best specialists in the […]

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