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Jordan Peele’s Dive Into the Uncanny Valley

Namwali Serpell The possibilities of Us redouble endlessly... and a little fruitlessly. The post Jordan Peele’s Dive Into the Uncanny (...)

The College-Admissions Scandal

Calvin Trillin The post The College-Admissions Scandal appeared first on The Nation.

They Brought Her In

Lauren K. Watel The post They Brought Her In appeared first on The Nation.

Puzzle No. 3493

Joshua Kosman and Henri Picciotto The post Puzzle No. 3493 appeared first on The Nation.

The Past and Future of the American Strike

Rich Yeselson A new book tells the history of America through its workplace struggles. The post The Past and Future of the American (...)

Europe’s Twin Specters of Fear

James Chappel Paul Hanebrink’s new book tracks the entwined history of European anti-Semitism and anticommunism. The post Europe’s Twin (...)

North Korea Through the Eyes of an American Dissident

Tim Shorrock As entertainment that deftly mixes history, satire, pathos, and comedy, Next Stop: North Korea is an unqualified success. (...)

Benedikt Erlingsson’s Fabulist Tale of Eco-Justice

Stuart Klawans Hilarious and urgent, Woman at War tells the story of one warrior’s quest to fight the forces warming our planet. The (...)

Rediscovering Nelson Algren

Dan Simon The literary giant’s unique resonance in our anti-capitalist moment. The post Rediscovering Nelson Algren appeared first on (...)


W.S. Merwin A poem from the celebrated late poet, W. S. Merwin. The post Berryman appeared first on The Nation.

Remembering W.S. Merwin

The Nation Revisit the work of one of America’s great poets in the pages of The Nation. The post Remembering W.S. Merwin appeared first (...)

Jack Whitten’s Journals Are a Future Classic of Art Writing

Barry Schwabsky Notes From the Woodshed, a recent collection of Jack Whitten’s journal entries and writings, give an invaluable peek in (...)