Charles R. Larson

Charles R. Larson is Emeritus Professor of Literature at American University, in Washington, D.C. Email = Twitter @LarsonChuck.

The Lepidoptreologist in Heaven

Poor and Lonely in Thatcher’s London

Of Quylphs and Bad Sex

Child of the Eastern Cherokees

Friendships That Destroy

The Brothers Agwu

When a Child Disappears

The Poet Who Was Never Young

Morrison’s Pain and Obsessions

Extreme Travel to Every Country on Earth

No Exit: Pain and More Pain

Confessions of a Comma Queen

Fathers and Their Ungrateful Sons

Fifty Shades of Fraud

Banned by the Nazis

Algerian Desperation

China’s One-Child Policy Run Amuck

James Bond is Dead

Mocking the Mockingbird

Other People’s Stories

Immigrants, Lost in Europe

East/West Strangleholds

The Internet: a Giant Job-Killing Machine?

Haitian Voices

Terrible Decisions and Their Consequences

Father, Son—Falling in Love

American Musicals: 1927-1969

A Life in Four Acts

Dickens’ Last Words, Sort Of

Post-9/11 Espionage Gets Dirty

Struggling to Survive in Hardscrabble America

Nothing Is Illuminated

The Ebola Response: American Stupidity at Its Finest

Two Superb Latin American Novelists

Ebola Catches Fire

Lost in the Canadian Wild

The Dogs of Autumn

Slavery and the Making of American Capitalism

Our Most Autobiographical Playwright

Some Families Are Even Happy

A Mexico City Chronicle

Listen, White Conservatives

War’s Facilitators

Changing Your Race

The Decline of America’s Moral Integrity

Portuguese Canadians

China’s Increasing African Presence

Huck Finn Grows Up

Cold War Ping-Pong

Haitian Woman, Trapped Inside a Cage

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