Dustin Illingworth

Dustin Illingworth is a writer in Southern California. His work has appeared in The Atlantic, the Paris Review, and the Times Literary Supplement.


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An Incomplete Eloquence

In his latest book, Renaissance scholar Stephen Orgel investigates what notes in the margins of books tell us about early modern existence....

An Incomplete Eloquence
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