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Art news and reviews
Before it was a book, Cadaver was an animated short starring Tavi Gevinson, Kathy Bates and Christopher Lloyd.
Confronting the Mountain
In his engrossing first novel, The Storms of Denali, Nicholas O’Connell ’80 tells a Conradian tale.
Reviewing the Reviewer
In What’s Been Happening to Jane Austen, William H. Pritchard ’53, the Henry Clay Folger Professor of English, takes on the matter of overintellectualization.
- The Kidnapper Speaks
Schroder, by Visiting Writer Amity Gaige, is inspired by a con man who impersonated a Rockefeller and abducted his own daughter.
Sometimes the Bison, Sometimes the Settler
Ghost Dances: Proving Up on the Great Plains, by Josh Garrett-Davis ’02, is the confession that the land itself would write if it could.