Curtis Dawkins in an undated family photo.
Dennis McCarthy, a self-taught Shakespeare scholar, at his home in North Hampton, N.H.
An illustration from “Assume the Worst: The Graduation Speech You’ll Never Hear.”
As Madeline Miller made her way through the Greek and Roman galleries at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, she kept “nerding out,” as she sheepishly called it, over the relics.
Anne Frank in 1942. Two pages of her diary, which had been covered by brown paper, were uncovered by researchers in Amsterdam and presented at a news conference on Tuesday.
The comedian Lauren Krass at Q.E.D. in Queens.
The Austrian author Robert Menasse in December at the Savoy Hotel in Berlin.
“Flights” is narrated by a nameless female traveler who is not so unlike the author herself. “The narrator is partly me and sometimes something more than me,” Ms. Tokarczuk said.
Edward Gorey on the promenade at the New York State Theater, 1973.
Yrsa Daley-Ward’s fans on Instagram and Twitter see her poems as a tool for healing.
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