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Spring Literary Review 2017

Vol. 216 / No. 9

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Welcome to America's biannual literary review

Arts & Culture Dispatches

America's books editor surveys interesting recent articles on literature.

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Ray CavanaughJanuary 03, 2017

Joyce spent thousands of hours with the Jesuits, who figure prominently in his debut novel.

An archive picture shows a priest celebrating Mass for French soldiers on the Champagne front in eastern France in 1915 (CNS photo/courtesy of the Collection Odette Carrez via Reuters). 
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John MattesonApril 06, 2017

John Matteson reviews two books about World War I: "The World Remade: America in World War I" and "The Vanquished: Why the First World War Failed to End."

Abraham Lincoln. Source: Alexander Gardner, 1863
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John AndersonApril 20, 2017

John Anderson reviews "Lincoln in the Bardo" by George Saunders.

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Lisa A. BaglioneApril 23, 2017

Lisa Baglione reviews "Moscow Nights" by Nigel Cliff

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Karen Sue SmithApril 24, 2017

Karen Sue Smith reviews "Bosch & Bruegel" by