literature

Poetry month events honor Vassar alumna

By ISABELLA DELEO – 7 years ago

“April is the cruelest month,” wrote T.S. Eliot in his epic poem “Wasteland.” Even so, for Eliot, this harsh stint might be said to have one redeeming quality: It’s also…

Gone Girl a thrilling, unpredictable ride

By JACK OWEN – 8 years ago

With Gone Girl, Gillian Flynn has established herself as the master of creepy. Her first two novels, Sharp Objects and Dark Places, both thrillers, were met with high critical acclaim.…

As I Lay Dying faithful to Faulkner’s classic

By VICTORIA YOUNGBLOOD – 8 years ago

In The Miscellany News’s October 2 issue, Lily Sloss ’14 published “Gordon-Levitt script looks at vice, morality,” a great review of Joseph Gordon Levitt’s “Don Jon” by outlining the film…