The myth of Cupid and Psyche and its literary offshoots teaches us to delight in the mysterious.
In his newly translated novel Sachiko, set in Japan and Europe during WWII, Shusaku Endo treats the variety of human love, including the self-sacrificial.
NR writers reflect on which popular books high schoolers should ditch, and what they should read instead.
Lowly Worm, Mr. Fixit, and Huckle Cat are just some of the many beloved characters in this iconic American author’s enduring books for kids.
Time magazine poorly defined its terms when coming up with this list of YA books.
A hundred years ago, the Englishman G. K. Chesterton came to our shores and liked what he saw — unlike many of his peers. Today, it’s worth understanding why.