Books, Arts & Manners
Swimming Out Till the Sea Turns Blue confuses poetry for politics.
A tribute to one of America’s greatest artists.
In his new essay collection ‘Languages of Truth,” Salman Rushdie offers studied insults and takes few risks.
Cowed by online complaints, two authors agree to withdraw passages from already-published books. The precedent is alarming.
Artifacts from 15,000 B.C., a magnificent Eakins portrait, Remington cowboys, contemporary Native American sculpture and weaving. . . . This collection rivals the Smithsonian’s.
A goose-stepping, hive-mind musical for these progressive times