Rosalie Metro considers the historical connotation of travel writers saying they "fell in love" with a country.
Randy Rosenthal describes Israel Knohl's theory about the true story of the Exodus, described in his forthcoming book.
Hollis Robbins discusses Chinese scholarship of American literature.
Joe Donovan reviews the new collection from Scott Nadelson, "The Fourth Corner of the World."
RJ Newell talks to Luis Rodriguez, who spoke at the 2017 LARB/USC Publishing Workshop.
Palak Patel reviews the Los Angeles classic "The Day of the Locust" by Nathanael West.
Colin Marshall on the television show "Travelogue Korea" and the obsession with "simple" rural life.
Noshene Ranjbar on the protests in Iran and the celebration of Nowruz.
Jonathan Kirshner makes the case that America today faces a similar moral crisis to that faced in the Spanish Civil War.
19-year-old Sabrina Rodriguez has created an extensive online database of Latinx literature through her Instagram account, LatinxReads.