Houghton Library has expanded its historical documents collection with the donation of a collection that features new historical artifacts from the 20th century.
“That book has the word…” Her eyes flickered to a copy of Lisi Harrison’s “The Clique.” Her voice dropped, and I had to lean in to hear: “... bitch.”
It is no easy feat to write a novel up to par with one as successful as “Where’d You Go, Bernadette.” Unfortunately, Semple’s “Today Will Be Different” is no exception to the rule.
Republished together, "The Last Wolf" and "Herman" skillfully explore approaching modernity and the clash of humans with nature.
Despite the wholly secular environment of the library, the vaguely religious murals covering the ceiling did not feel particularly out of place. Rather, they complemented the near-evangelical enthusiasm of the book devotees in the room beyond the atrium.
Lev Grossman ’91 speaks at the Harvard Bookstore about his novel Warp, which is loosely based on his experiences being lost and stuck in Allston after graduating from Harvard. Grossman is also the author of the bestselling Magicians series, recently made into a TV show.