Assorted Links, 5/25/21

  1. New (to me): The bookstore at St. John’s College has a category for faculty-written books.
  2. Nonfiction you may have missed because #GlobalPandemic.
  3. Muhua Yang ’21 says [Ovid’s] work resonates in an era of global displacement — and COVID.” (I think the same of The Odyssey — only gaining in relevance.)
  4. Interview with Andy Weir, who wrote The Martian and whose new book, Project Hail Mary, is out now.
  5. Thoughts on Faulkner’s Absalom! Absalom!
  6. WSJ on the Mike Pence/Simon & Schuster brouhaha.
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1 Response to Assorted Links, 5/25/21

  1. Russ Roberts says:

    For anyone starting with Faulkner, I would recommend As I Lay Dying…

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