Harold K. Bush is the author of Lincoln in His Own Time and professor of English at Saint Louis University.
For a large percentage of students, Salinger can still pack a tremendous punch, and he still connects with the spiritual seeker inclinations that are common among university students.
I find Dan Brown's use of the word fact charming. Fact: I'm powerless to say precisely what he means by it.
Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business
Charles Duhigg's book will remind readers of Malcolm Gladwell's best work. It represents the best "popular brain science" genre can offer.
The title of Nathaniel Philbrick’s slim new meditation foregrounds the questions at the heart of every assignment made by every English teacher: Why read this book? Or that book? For that matter, why do we assign reading in the first place?
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