Of course, your own taste in reading material is beyond reproach -- but those Twilight fans, they're just stuffing their brains with garbage. And meanwhile, those literary snobs are judging you for liking military science fiction, without even having read any. If this is you or someone you know, then you ought to read Laura Miller's essay on literary judgments.
"Of nothing but me … I sing, lacking another song."-John Updike, "Midpoint," 1969 Mailer, Updike, Roth-the Great Male Narcissists* who've dominated postwar realist fiction are now in their senescence, and it must seem to them no coincidence that the...
We devote this entire episode to one story: Over the course of six months, reporter and TAL contributor Jack Hitt followed a group of inmates at a high-security prison as they rehearsed and staged a production of the last act—Act V—of Hamlet.
What do authors and audiences owe each other? And what are books for, anyway?
Jeremiah Forshey's insight:
Apparently the end of the Divergent series angered a number of readers, and they responded as though Roth owed them something better. This spoiler-free essay explores the relationship between authors and readers.
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