Classics Rekindled

Ancient fires, modern words

Six writers invoke classic literary worlds, from ancient Greece and pre-Columbian Mesoamerica to nineteenth-century Europe. “One must live like fire,” writes Jean-Paul Michel. From Sappho and Dante to Dostoevsky and Rimbaud, each generation of writers must reinvent tradition. Here, six writers nurture the flame.

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