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  • A visit to Harper Lee's hometown of Monroeville, Ala.

    A visit to Harper Lee's hometown of Monroeville, Ala.
    Some 200 miles to the west, signs around Jackson, Miss., proudly direct tourists to the home of Eudora Welty. The house, now a museum, is a national historic landmark, a fitting tribute to one of America's greatest writers.
  • Harper Lee profile updated for PBS

    Harper Lee profile updated for PBS
    How to celebrate Harper Lee's new book? PBS will offer an updated version of "Harper Lee: American Masters" at 9 p.m. July 10. The film enlists Oprah Winfrey and Tom Brokaw, among others, to explain the importance of Lee, author of "To Kill a...

    The Biblioracle: Culture consumers should step outside their sandboxes

    The Biblioracle: Culture consumers should step outside their sandboxes
    For several weeks before and several days after the finale of "Mad Men," it seemed like I could not avoid it as a subject of conversation online. There were articles covering every aspect of the show: writing, directing, acting, costumes, themes, its...

    William F. Buckley Jr., Norman Mailer: An odd-couple relationship

    William F. Buckley Jr., Norman Mailer: An odd-couple relationship
    On July 12, 1964, conservative intellectual leader William F. Buckley Jr. flew to San Francisco for the Republican National Convention. His plane was greeted at the airport by hundreds of his young followers, many of whom had leaped into politics...

    Review: 'Once Upon a Time in Russia' by Ben Mezrich

    Review: 'Once Upon a Time in Russia' by Ben Mezrich
    A book that features cash-stuffed suitcases, multiple murders, a massive explosion and a political assassination scheme within its first 100 pages is rarely a work of nonfiction. And while the nonfiction status of Ben Mezrich's new work is debatable,...