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Wright Mills and Paul Lazarsfeld Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science November 2006 The Big Discourse The Nation, October 9, 2000 WORK, EDUCATION, CULTURE Spinning Their Wheels: Disabled Children Deserve a Sane Commute Cambridge Day, December 18, 2017 Ketchup Is Not a Vegetable Cambridge Chronicle, December 15, 2017 Out of the Blue [Dreaming] The Baffler blog, March 30, 2015 Failure is Not an Option [Teaching] Times Higher Education, March 24, 2011 American Nihilism review of Jackson Lears, Rebirth of a Nation Bookforum.com, July 17, 2009 Positively Delusional review of Barbara Ehrenreich, Bright-Sided Bookforum.com, Sept./Oct./Nov.
This singular collection is nothing less than a political, spiritual, and intensely personal record of America's tumultuous modern age by our foremost critics, commentators, activists, and artists. Perelman • Langston Hughes • Katherine Anne Porter • Mary Mc Carthy • Rachel Carson • James Baldwin • Loren Eiseley • Eudora Welty • Donald Hall • Martin Luther King, Jr. Gass • Maxine Hong Kingston • Alice Walker • Adrienne Rich • Joan Didion • Richard Rodriguez • Gretel Ehrlich • Annie Dillard • Cynthia Ozick • William Manchester • Edward Hoagland • Stephen Jay Gould • Gerald Early • John Updike • Joyce Carol Oates • Saul Bellow An eclectic anthology of 55 essays chosen by Oates (Blonde, p.
In her introduction to this volume, Joyce Carol Oates describes her project as "a search for the expression of personal experience within the historical, the individual talent within the tradition." Along with Robert Atwan, who has overseen the acclaimed BEST AMERICAN ESSAYS series since its inception in 1986, Oates has chosen a list of works that are both intimate and important, essays that take on subjects of profound and universal significance while retaining the power and spirit of a personal address. Mencken • Zora Neale Hurston • Edmund Wilson • Gertrude Stein • F. 11, etc.) comprising a generous selection of less known but deserving work from mostly big-name writers. Joyce Carol Oates was born in 1938 in Upstate, New York.
She has earned a reputation as indubitably one of our most prolific writers and very likely one of our best.
Her fiction alone demonstrates considerable variety, ranging from direct naturalism to complex experiments in form.
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Leaving an abusive marriage, parting with a younger self, losing your sanity to Fitbit, and even saying goodbye to a beloved pair of pants imbued with meaning are all unified by the daring of their creation.
As Levy notes, “Writing around an idea you think is worthwhile—an idea you suspect is an insight—requires real audacity.” The Best American Essays 2015 includes Hilton Als, Roger Angell, Justin Cronin, Meghan Daum, Anthony Doerr, Margo Jefferson, David Sedaris, Zadie Smith, Rebecca Solnit and others ARIEL LEVY, guest editor, has been a staff writer at The New Yorker since 2008.