Charles R. Larson

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

Achebe’s Greatest Novel, 50 Years On

Frustrations of a Soviet Dissident

The Battle for James Joyce’s "Ulysses"

Positive Changes for Africa Today

How to Write an Instant Bestseller

Trying to Assimilate

Imaginary Encounters

Nigeria: Beyond Boko Haram

Grief or Posteriori Necrophilia?

The Wipe-Out of Canada’s First Nations

The Wipe-Out of Canada’s First Nations

At the Death Camps

Immigrants Hiding Their Pasts

The Last Gasp of White Privilege in America?

Raskolnikov in Kabul

The Great Turkish Novel?

Revolutionaries or Liberators?

Cryptography and Cryptographers

Kenya’s Brutal, Secret History

Midwife of the Harlem Renaissance

The Grotesqueries of Iraq

Sierre Leone Après le Guerre

Gertrude Stein in Love

The NRA’s Call for Jihad

A Musical Unibomber?

Nigeria Bites Back

Norwegian Pyromaniac

The Temptations of Morocco, Redux

Noël Coward at the End

Rich, Israeli Beauty Freak

The Story of a Writer’s Father

Book Wrap-Up, 2013

Reimagining Wuthering Heights

The End of Civilization as We Know It

Hell is Other People

Surviving War in Croatia

Straight From the Devil

Conservatives Make Their Proposals for Healthcare Coverage

Congo Paris Congo

In the Master’s Voice

Cotton Farmers and Racism

The World’s Classics in Three Volumes

The Dead Should Not Return

Daddy’s Little Girl

How the Other Half Still Lives

Muddled Ethics, Inventive Anthropology

Empty Life

Musical Beds

Love in the Time of Consternation

Living in Fear in Colombia

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