Nicholas Delbanco joins a long line of literary “adepts” who once received instruction at a master’s feet.
Talk about irony: You coin a popular catchphrase and yet few know or care who wrote the words.
Imagine Mark Twain’s iconic ne’er-do-well as the high school counselor who launched your career. Only in L.A.
Nicholas Delbanco strolls down Lovers’ Lane (in the literary sense) and ponders the nature of romance in writing.
With Harper Lee’s recent death, author Nicholas Delbanco ponders “the writer’s trade” in modern times.
Anne Curzan sounds off on the battle between these indefinite articles.