One Hundred and Fifty Years of Harper's Magazine
by Lewis H. Lapham (Editor), Ellen Rosenbush (Editor), Arthur Schlesinger (Foreword)
For over 150 years, Harper's Magazine has explored the American experience with a fiercely independent spirit and spectacular writing. That experience is available in this magnificent illustrated volume, spanning the decades and encompassing writing from Melville and Twain to Normal Mailer, David Mamet, and Annie Dillard. This beautiful volume includes reports, poetry, fiction, commentary, critiques of contemporary society and politics, speeches, humor - plus more than 200 photographs, illustrations, and other artwork, originally published in the magazine.