Noah Baumbach sentimentalizes class rivalry and narcissism.
Books, Arts & Manners
Horrifying details of this Holocaust of children emerge in a powerful documentary told by a woman whose family was one of the countless millions who suffered.
The vanity project of the director and star of the new movie Motherless Brooklyn morphs into self-righteousness.
It is a delightful throwback, an old-school story of hard men solving tough problems, in superbly entertaining fashion.
A response to Charles King.
A flyboy saga reduces the crucial Pacific battle to a video game.
Every coherent writer praises something, implicitly or explicitly.
Olasky notices small-government and religious themes in the history of journalism that other historians have ignored.
A new program, housed in Pearl Buck’s former home, offers a fresh perspective on American art history.
A professor makes the case in a new book for the beauty and logic of the language.