Dr. Seuss’s powerful penciled lines and brushstrokes lent his cartoons even more clout in the political sphere, and to harmful effect. They remind us, in short, of the interplay between art and politics.
A satire of trauma and a story of more than just survival
How newspapers have supported our nation’s top spellers since 1925
An examination of Asian-American representation in film and television through a culinary lens
In The Casual Vacancy’s Pagford, it is the wealthy who deal in laughable mishaps and the working class who deal in tragedy.
The Swahili choice asserts power, not concession. East African culture has embraced the Middle Eastern and Western influences indelibly wound up in it.
Trevor Noah’s appointment to The Daily Show is a step back for gender equality.