Some of the books that have faced bans and challenges in the United States are among the most central to any high school curriculum.
Roald Dahl stumbled into writing after serving as an ace fighter pilot and a British spy.
Allow me to be that guy: The book was better. And that sometimes extends into sales as well. Let me acknowledge right here that there isn’t a great way of doing this. First of all, there’s no way I’m going to go ...
"I can recall no other book in which a tone of overriding arrogance was so implacably sustained."
Mein Kampf is an e-reader sensation. Why?
Moby-Dick, the titular whale of Herman Melville’s classic, is one of the most legendary characters in American literature. So it seems worth pointing out that the monstrous whale was based on a real-life whale whose name was...
Dickens had a similar experience to Scrooge.
Interventionism before it was cool.