Linguist Geoff Nunberg describes the opening sentence to Pride and Prejudice as a “masterpiece of indirection” that is frequently repurposed, but whose irony is never matched. (Image credit: De Agostini Picture Library/Getty Images)
Using excerpts from letters and diaries, historian and critic Bill Goldstein follows writers Virginia Woolf, E. M. Forster, D. H. Lawrence and T. S. Eliot through the tumultuous literary year of 1922. (Image credit: AP Photo)
The acclaimed actor’s new book is fantasy fiction with heavy religious themes.
Demographic change is slowly, but inevitably, moving Western states to the left. By Reid Wilson The 11th story in The Hill’s Changing America series, in which they investigate the demographic and economic trends shaping the nation’s politics. Nevada’s booming growth underscores the two trends working most in Democrats’ favor: the …
In “Stormborn,” lots of long-hoarded information was finally shared, and in a massive sea battle, buckles got gruesomely swashed. (Image credit: Helen Sloane/HBO)
Alisyn Camerota’s book is about a political newcomer fresh from Hollywood facing off against a female senator. But 2016 similarities aside, the CNN anchor says she wrote it long before the election. (Image credit: Liam James Doyle/NPR)