Here Lies Hugh Glass & More
Here comes summer! Tin House asks the usual (thoughtful) suspects, What books most remind you of summer? Here.
“Our daily lives are honorable, and their objects should be preserved. It’s not all about the glories of the past.” Orhan Pamuk (The Museum of Innocence) opens a real Museum of Innocence. Here.
Waiting for Caro. Here.
A meditation on 19th-century America’s encounter with the wilderness. A review of Jon T. Coleman’s Here Lies Hugh Glass: A Mountain Man, a Bear, and the Rise of the American Nation. Here.
Q&A with Noam Chomsky (Occupy). Here.
Sixth child of a dockworker and a washerwoman. A review of Donald Spivey’s ‘If Only You Were White,’ the story of the young Satchel Paige. Here.
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