From the Archives


Vladimir Nabokov
translated by Dmitri Nabokov

The Mirror

Haruki Murakami
translated by Philip Gabriel

"A magazine is not a static thing or the creation of a single mind: it’s a site of the social and communal practice of thought."

Meghan O'Rourke Resurfacing Gems from The Yale Review's Archives

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From the Archives

Resurfacing Gems from the Archives

Announcing our new weekly feature
Meghan O’Rourke
March 13, 2024

The Common Reader

Virginia Woolf in The Yale Review
Claire Messud
March 4, 2024

Eliot Among the Ruins

The Waste Land remains prophetic, but what did it foretell?
Langdon Hammer
December 12, 2022

For S., at the Boat Pond

Jean Valentine
April 8, 2022
Rodrigo Moynihan, Light Bulbs, 1982, oil on canvas. Collection of Robert Becker. Courtesy of Kasmin Gallery.

My Philosophy of Life

John Ashbery
September 20, 2021


Cynthia Zarin
July 1, 2016

Living It Up

Max Ritvo
April 1, 2016

Pleasure Palace

Christine Kwon
January 1, 2015

Alice Munro

The short-story writer's prismatic final collection
Jane Mendelsohn
April 1, 2014