Capping off NEA’s National Reading Month, The Book Lovers' Companion offers a treasure trove of rewarding reads from classics to bestsellers, plus some obscure gems.
Most English teachers are letting it be known that literature is something that they teach well and wish to continue that pattern of success.
Fool for Love: F. Scott Fitzgerald looks at how the author's life affected his literature.
The Man With the Golden Arm is a classic that still needs to be read.
Life is rough and The Orchardist is repaid for his generosity with a series of events marked with tragedy, violence and joy.
A Short Autobiography, comprised of personal essays from F. Scott Fitzgerald written over the course of his career, is disappointing.
How feminist, deconstructionist literary criticism killed the strong male protagonist.
You can kill a vampire with a stake through the heart but you can't kill the ghosts of literary zombies.
Is the Golden Age of American Literature dead?
Henry David got a bad rap! Thoreau in His Own Time revises that.