Hello, Charles

At least a decade and a half after the entire Bible was put up online and a year or so after the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster touched us with its noodly web appendage, Charles Darwin's complete works -- some 50,000 pages -- are available for the first time on the internet in a single place.

October 21, 2006 12:28 PM |



Best of the Vault


Pat Barker, Frankenstein, Cass Sunstein on the internet, Samuel Johnson, Thrillers, Denis Johnson, Alan Furst, Caryl Phillips, Richard Flanagan, George Saunders, Michael Harvey, Larry McMurtry, Harry Potter and more ...


Big D between the sheets -- Dallas in fiction


Reviewing the state of reviewing


9/11 as a novel: Why?


How can critics say the things they do? And why does anyone pay attention? It's the issue of authority.

The disappearing book pages:  

Papers are cutting book coverage for little reason

Thrillers and Lists:  

Noir favorites, who makes the cut and why



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