W.G. Sebald

I found it at my local used bookstore more than a month before its release date, only days after 9/11’

By Aaron Peck

The absence of Hillary Clinton, Stuart Hall’s imaginative Left, and the shadow of population control: what to read this weekend

Paying tribute to W.G. Sebald’s literature of memory and loss, two decades after his lectures on the Allied fire-bombing of German cities

By Houman Barekat
Henry Fuseli, The Nightmare, 1781. Courtesy: © 2013 Detroit Institute of Arts / The Bridgeman Art Library

Literature versus art history

By Quinn Latimer

What happens when images float free from the text they illustrate?

By Jennifer Allen