Roger Sale

Articles by Roger Sale

Being Earnest

The Men of Sick Europe


Castles Joyeous, and Caves of Despair

Fairy Tales

The Realms of Gold

Huxley and Bennett, Beford and Drabble

Fooling Around, and Serious Business

Tennyson as Great Poet

The States of Criticism

Lionel Trilling

L. Frank Baum, and Oz

Enemies, Foreigners, and Friends

The Second Saddest Story

Litter Bug

The Great Reviewer

Scholarly Books

Thinking About Cities

Its Discontent

The Art of Hugh Kenner

The Men from America

Seizing the Yesterday

Letter to the Editor

Good Servants and Bad Masters

Flaubert: Why, Why Him?

The Achievement of William Empson

René Wellek’s History

High Mass and Low Requiem

Mirror of Excellence and Uncle to the Cosmos

New Poems, Ancient and Modern

The Career of Ralph Ellison

Provincial Champions and Grandmasters

England’s Parnassus: C. S. Lewis, Charles Williams and J. R. R. Tolkien

The Newness of the Novel

The Death of Science Fiction

Gossips and Storytellers

Doctors at Sea

The Old Apologists

Novels and Being a Novelist

Having it Both Ways in All the King’s Men