By Roy Peter Clark 8 min read
Roy Peter Clark, author of The Art of X-Ray Reading, shows us how "x-ray reading" can help us better appreciate a classic like The Great Gatsby.
By Keith Rice 5 min read
There are six things every great ‘Merica movie must have – and here’s what they are.
By Mark Chiusano 4 min read
If the common conception of a Willa Cather plot involves dust, plains, and frustrated pioneer women and men, "Coming, Aphrodite!" offers something entirely different.
By Jay A. Fernandez 5 min read
We look at Carey Mulligan in her book-based roles.
By Matt Staggs 5 min read
In Careless People: Murder, Mayhem, and the Invention of ‘The Great Gatsby’, author Sarah Churchwell suggests Fitzgerald was influenced by the New York Times headline murder of Edward Hall and Eleanor Mills.