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Smithsonian Explains Moby-Dick's Occasional Hyphen

Also in the news: The books found aboard Blackbeard's ship, and a library entirely salvaged from garbage. Welcome to the Daily Blunt!


Bring It, 2018! 12 Quotes About Remaining Hopeful

New Year, new fears -- but also, the kind of hope that survives long stretches of darkness. The following quotes may strike sparks that light your way.


Swim for Your Life: 9 Quotes About the Primal Allure of Water

For most of the year, rivers, lakes, and oceans serve either a strictly practical purpose, or a metaphorical one — we’d rather die than jump in. Once summer comes, however, you can’t


Literature Is What Unites America and Russia in a Time of Divisiveness

In a time of divisiveness, editor Brian James Baer reminds us that Russia and America have much in common when it comes to their literary traditions.


5 Signs Herman Melville Truly Loved Nathaniel Hawthorne

Mark Beauregard, author of The Whale, makes a compelling case for why we've reason to believe Herman Melville truly loved Nathaniel Hawthorne.


Required Reading for June, 2016: From The Whale to White Trash

Required Reading this month: Mark Beauregard's 'The Whale,' Nancy Isenberg's 'White Trash,' Jenny Mollen's 'Live Fast Die Hot,' and more.