Articles of Note

Translators rarely become celebrities. Ann Goldstein — translator of Elena Ferrante, Jhumpa Lahiri, Primo Levi -- is an exception... more »

New Books

Shelley’s jaw, Keats’s hair, Byron’s honeymoon-bed curtains — the Romantics fixated on objects of the dead. And then there were the Brontës... more »

Essays & Opinions

Beware the scorn of Janet Malcolm. A new biography has her explaining what writers can and cannot do if they want to be regarded as honest and serious... more »