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Wild Heart Turning White: Georg Trakl and Cocaine

This article [Wild Heart Turning White: Georg Trakl and Cocaine] was originally published in The Public Domain Review [http://publicdomainreview.org/2014/10/29/wild-heart-turning-white-georg-trakl-and-cocaine/] under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0.…

The Reasons Why America Joined WW1

The beginning of the 21st century was stained with one of the most tragic events in human history: the First World War. Although it started…

The Lost World of the London Coffeehouse

This article [The Lost World of the London Coffeehouse] was originally published in The Public Domain Review [http://publicdomainreview.org/2013/08/07/the-lost-world-of-the-london-coffeehouse/] under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0. If…

Scurvy and the Terra Incognita

This article [Scurvy and the Terra Incognita] was originally published in The Public Domain Review [http://publicdomainreview.org/2015/05/06/scurvy-and-the-terra-incognita/] under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0. If you wish…

Poems: Series One. Emily Dickinson

POEMS by EMILY DICKINSON Series One Edited by two of her friends MABEL LOOMIS TODD and T.W. HIGGINSON PREFACE THE verses of Emily Dickinson belong…

Vesalius and the Body Metaphor

By Marri Lynn Andreas Vesalius threw down a glove in front of established medicine and its scholars when, in 1543, he produced a massive anatomy…

Time and Place: Eric Ravilious (1903-1942)

By Frank Delaney In the early nineteen-eighties, for a commission about the sense of place in John Betjeman’s poetry, I worked with a photographer named…

The Redemption of Saint Anthony

By Colin Dickey In the fall of 1849, Gustave Flaubert invited his two closest friends—Louis Bouilhet and Maxime du Camp—to hear a reading of what…

The Implacability of Things

By Jonathan Lamb Some of the best recent books about things, such as John Plotz’s Portable Property (2008) and Elaine Freedgood’s Ideas in Things (2006),…

In Hollywood with Nathanael West

By Marion Meade Hollywood has served as a novelist’s muse for almost a century. The list of writers who found inspiration there includes the likes…

Haiku Commentary

spring breeze . . . a new nun shivers in the cloister © Marina Balmaceda Paredes We start with a kigo, or seasonal reference. A…

Frankenstein, the Baroness, and the Climate Refugees of 1816

This article [Frankenstein, the Baroness, and the Climate Refugees of 1816] was originally published in The Public Domain Review [http://publicdomainreview.org/2016/06/15/frankenstein-the-baroness-and-the-climate-refugees-of-1816/] under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike…

100 Years of The Secret Garden

This article [100 Years of The Secret Garden] was originally published in The Public Domain Review [http://publicdomainreview.org/2011/03/08/100-years-of-the-secret-garden/] under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0. If you…

Divine Comedy: Lucian Versus the Gods

This article [Divine Comedy: Lucian Versus The Gods] was originally published in The Public Domain Review [http://publicdomainreview.org/2016/03/23/divine-comedy-lucian-versus-the-gods/] under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0. If you…

A Few Words about F. Scott Fitzgerald

By Scott Donaldson With Fitzgerald as with no one else in American literature save Poe, the biography gets in the way. Never mind that F.…

What Makes Franz Liszt Still Important?

By Leon Botstein Marking anniversaries of the birth and death of historic figures, particularly in music, is somewhat akin to commemorating annually the date of…

The Tale of Beatrix Potter

By Frank Delaney Her appeal is so powerful that museums hold her in permanent exhibition—and some of them even commemorate her solely. Hollywood has trawled…

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