Originally built as barriers between fields and farms, the region’s abandoned farmstead walls have since become the binding threads of its cultural fabric
The stunning trove of texts sheds new light on Wheatley, the first African American to publish a book of poetry
Designed by artist Kerry James Marshall, the panels replace windows depicting Confederate Generals Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson
A new exhibition investigates the Bloomsbury Group's relationship with clothing, accessories and sartorial social norms
The prestigious awards will soon be open to permanent residents and those who call the U.S. their "longtime primary home"
The Smithsonian’s Hirshhorn Museum hosts the artist’s largest installation yet
The Beat poet's photos, taken throughout his literary career, depict friends and fellow writers
These 17th-Century Poems Painted Pictures on the Page—and Defied the Church of England's Rejection of Religious Images
George Herbert's shaped poetry subtly pushed back against the iconoclasm of the English Reformation
A series of time capsules will honor and preserve contemporary art from around the globe
See the panoramic vistas from atop the 14,000-foot mountain that inspired Katharine Lee Bates to write "America the Beautiful"
Researchers say the ancient inscription is the first of its kind ever discovered
Alongside Ada Limón's words, you can add your name to the spacecraft that will search for life on the icy moon
Georgina Schuyler campaigned for Emma Lazarus' "The New Colossus" to be inscribed on a plaque in the monument's pedestal
The 400-year-old text presented the Bard's plays as serious literature, muddling the boundaries between popular culture and high art
The two nine-foot paintings depict scenes from a 17th-century book of poetry
A prolific writer, he inspired such luminaries as Maya Angelou and Langston Hughes
A new film imagines the events that inspired the notoriously private author to write "Wuthering Heights"
The rarely seen copy of the Scottish writer's debut poetry collection is now on display
This wide-ranging list offers context for our rapidly changing world
The valuable artifacts, hidden in the Rocky Mountains for more than a decade, are going up for auction
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