Hometown Duet

David Huddle taught at the University of Vermont for thirty-eight years, and he continues to teach at the Bread Loaf School of English. His most recent books are Dream Sender, a poetry collection (LSU Press, 2015), and My Immaculate Assassin, a novel (Tupelo Press, 2016). In 2019 his new novel Hazel will be published by Tupelo, and his new poetry collection, My Surly Heart, by LSU.

on The Far Family by Wilma Dykeman

on Shakespeare and the Earl of Southampton by G. V. P. Akrigg

on Georgia Voices: A Documentary History to 1872 by Spencer B. King, Jr.

on Jonathan Swift as a Tory Pamphleteer by Richard Cook

on Heav’n’s First Law: Rhetoric and Order in Pope’s Essay on Man by Martin I. Kallich

on Stephen Crane: A Biography by R. W. Stallman

on The Eloquent “I”: Style and Self in Seventeenth-Century Prose by Joan Webber

on Fielding and the Nature of the Novel by Robert Alter

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