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  • 24 Mar 2009
    Peter Conn

    Top Five Depression-Era Novels

    In Saturday’s Wall Street Journal, Cambridge author Peter Conn gives us a taste of his recent work, The American 1930s. The Opinion Journal’s weekly Top Five turned to Conn for true literary greatness from that most desolate time. In doing so, he may give us hope for the current crop of writers. 1. Now in […]

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  • 20 Mar 2009

    Beckett Letters reviewed in the WSJ

    Robin Moroney’s March 12 review of The Letters of Samuel Beckett has a very cool wrap-up: “As enjoyable as it is to have such additions to the Beckett canon, it is disconcerting how haunted these letters are by the Beckett who might have been: the one who listened to his instincts and his relatives and […]

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