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  • Historian's next stop: Paris

    Historian's next stop: Paris
    In one of his lesser known — but still exquisite — books, first published in 1992, David McCullough writes about painter Frederic Remington, an artist who captured the last glimmers of the twilight of the American West of the 19th century, a place of charging horses and bucking broncos and dusty trails. Remington was a big man, a man with passionate appetites, and he tackled his art the same way he would dive into a plate of roast beef: with galloping gusto.
  • This Sunday: The smartest person in the room and 'Cuckoo's Nest'

     
    Sunday's book reviews include a Margaret Fuller biography ("The Lives of Margaret Fuller") and a look at Ken Kesey's "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" 50 years after its publication.

    'The Thoreau You Don't Know' by Robert Sullivan

    'The Thoreau You Don't Know' by Robert Sullivan
    The Thoreau You Don't Know What the Prophet of Environmentalism Really Meant Robert Sullivan Collins: 368 pp., $25.99 Robert Sullivan, to his great amusement, has often been called a nature writer, in spite of the fact that he has written about a New...

    Theater review: 'Charm' from Orlando Shakespeare Theater

    Theater review: 'Charm' from Orlando Shakespeare Theater
    It takes a special kind of courage to buck the tide, ignore convention and march to the beat of a different drummer. Such was the courage possessed by early feminist Margaret Fuller, who lived from 1810-1850. She raised eyebrows by learning Latin,...

    The Library of America launches a blog

     
    The Library of America, the nonprofit publishing house dedicated to creating an in-print library of editions of America's greatest works, launched its first blog Friday. Called Reader's Almanac, it focuses on joining the current online discussions that...