On the Shelf
Browning at 200, Publishers at 83
May 10, 2012 | by Sadie Stein
Salman Rushdie and Jonathan Lethem are among the seven hundred writers and cultural marchers who signed a letter protesting the planned revamp of the New York Public Library.
Dickens isn’t the only one turning two hundred! Wishing a happy bicentenary to Robert Browning.
Madame Bovary, the pie chart.
The James Joyce papers go digital.
Maurice Sendak’s books thrilled children and terrified adults.
And speaking of Sendak, more memories and tributes.
Rock 27 is publishing eighty-three.