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Carl Wilson argues that her genius has been overlooked for far too long, because of her gender.
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It’s counterintuitive to think of the British Museum as a happening spot, but for a long time its reading room served as a premier gathering place for London’s brainy bohemians. In the 1880s, these included radicals like George Bernard Shaw, Henry Havelock Ellis, and Eleanor Marx, Karl Marx’s youngest daughter. They worked there, and they talked […]
Natasha Vargas-Cooper eviscerates the high school reading list on Bookforum‘s blog.