Posts Tagged ‘Margaret Fuller’
April 11, 2012 | by Sadie Stein
The eighth installment of Kramers Ergot moves toward (cerebral) genre.
Rule Britannia: An appreciation of the legendary eleventh edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica.
This Rizzoli boutique is far more lovely than one would expect a department-store bookstore to be.
What are the most frequently shoplifted books? Crowdsourcing the answer!
Guess who “enjoys working with Amazon”? Robert Gottlieb, that's who.
On the “Dark Lady of American Letters”: Margaret Fuller was a divisive figure due to “the effect of her manners, which expressed an overweening sense of power, and slight esteem of others … The men thought she carried too many guns, and the women did not like one who despised them.”
Happy belated birthday, Great Gatsby.