Daniel Mendelsohn

The New Yorker

Daniel Mendelsohn appears in the following:

Why Your Greek Tragedy References Are All Wrong

Thursday, July 23, 2015

The news out of Greece has been terrible, and so have the headlines. It seems no media outlet can quite resist the opportunity to (wrongly) make some reference to Greek tragedy.

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Daniel Mendelsohn on Culture and Criticism

Tuesday, October 09, 2012

Cultural critic Daniel Mendelsohn, who writes for The New York Review of BooksThe New Yorker, and The New York Times Book Review talks about the highs and lows of culture. His new collection, Waiting for the Barbarians, brings together 24 of his recent essays on subjects from "Avatar" to the poems of Arthur Rimbaud, from our fascination with the Titanic to his dissection of "Mad Men."

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Why We Can’t Let Go of the Titanic

Thursday, April 12, 2012

New Yorker contributor Daniel Mendelsohn talks about why the Titanic has such an enduring appeal, 100 years after its sinking. His article “Unsinkable: Why We Can’t Let Go of the Titanic” appears in the April 16 issue of The New Yorker.

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