If the novel doesn’t flourish, then our era is a purposeless one, and life a random course of ups and downs.
Mark Bauerlein is professor of English at Emory University.
Articles by Mark Bauerlein
It won’t be long before all living memory of a time before the personal computer is gone.
Camille Paglia against the feminists.
David Horowitz was right about the Left.
Ernest Hemingway's life and letters.
A theory's improbable triumph in the academy.
A review of Truth's Ragged Edge: The Rise of the American Novel, by Philip F. Gura
America's story is interwoven with religion and cannot be told accurately without noting Christianity's influence.