Ivan Kreilkamp

Ivan Kreilkamp is an associate professor in the Department of English at Indiana University, where he is also a co-editor of the journal Victorian Studies. He’s published recently in Public Books, the Chronicle of Higher Education, and The New Yorker online.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Pistols at Dawn

John Leigh’s Touché: The Duel in Literature surveys literary duels from Pierre Corneille’s Le Cid to Thomas Mann’s The Magic Mountain....


Maximal Anxiety

THE NEW YORKER'S editor David Remnick has dubbed Roz Chast “the magazine's only certifiable genius," but to some of the magazine’...


A Rage That Had No End: The Novels of Elena Ferrante
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