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The Life of the Mind in America: From the Revolution to the Civil War

From its first appearance in the Harvard catalog in the fall of 1941, Perry Miller's English 274, "Romanticism in American

'King Lear'

Charles Lamb is responsible for the idea that King Lear cannot be shown on a stage. But the final production

King Lear

Charles Lamb is responsible for the idea that King Lear cannot be shown on a stage. But the final production

Bate Gets Pulitzer For Book on Keats

Walter Jackson Bate '39, Abbott Lawrence Lowell Professor of the Humanities, has been awarded a Pulitzer Prize for his biography

The Harvard Review

Anyone who discusses Perry Miller and his work, it seems, turns sooner or later to his metaphor of the New

Look Back in Anger

Half the credit for the power of "Look Back in Anger" belongs to Andreas Teuber; the rest of the credit

She Wou'd If She Cou'd

Well, drama has been restored to Dunster House; but not altogether. For the first half-hour or so, the dull air

King Edward II

In the third offering of the current Shakespeare-Marlowe Festival, Marlowe's "King Edward II," Director George Hamlin has chosen to present


The fact that nobody can be quite certain what Endgame means is, in the logic of the theater of the

Loeb Drama Festival Attracts 300

Student response to the Loeb Shakespeare-Marlowe festival has been unprecedented, according to Daniel Seltzer, acting director of the Loeb Drama

HSA Behemoth Meets Setback

The HSA met with a small setback Monday in its unwearying efforts to thrust service upon the Harvard community. Partisans

'Henry James and the Jacobites'

"It would be a great pity," Mark Twain said of Jane Austen, if they allowed her to die a natural

Keats the Poet

Geoffrey Tillotson said of Middlemarch that you could overrate it only "by saying that it was easily the best of

Class of 1938 Distinguishes Itself in Riots, Public Life

Many's the present Harvard man who would envy the class of 1988 the distinction of its college history: a freshman

Cambridge 38

Cambridge 38 is a magazine that has yet to live up to its layout. Usually one of the most attractive

Special Teams

In Photos: The Game

Crimson-UC Crossfire Debate

The Back of the UC Ballot

Helicopter over Harvard

In Photos: Bomb Threat Shakes the Yard


A.D. Club ‘Strongly’ Opposes Membership Changes