Sounds Like the Long Eighteenth Century

A few minutes into a screening of The Favourite (2018), my partner half turned to me in the theater...

Rachel Cusk’s Art of Conversation

After my second vaccination in 2021, dreams of life after COVID-19 began to find a foothold. First on my...

Disinformation in Excess; or, the Fatal Conspiracy

Those of us who study the long eighteenth century sometimes jokingly suggest that it has never ended. It is...

The Lamb and the Woolf

In the middle of Thomas Karshan and Kathryn Murphy’s edited collection On Essays is a typo so felicitous, so pleasurable, that...

A Journal of Keeping Up

This year I hope to learn diligence. Often, at the start of a semester, I transcribe a line by...

Prose Couplets—The Argument

Paul Hunter’s work, a mighty store and true Leaves plenty for we lesser souls to rue: That we might...

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