The publication of ‘Ulysses’ and ‘The Waste Land’ in 1922 exploded traditional conventions, but how did it happen? By Mark Braude.
Mark Braude is writing a book about Monte Carlo in the 1920s, forthcoming from Simon & Schuster. He holds a Ph.D. in History from the University of Southern California and has been a columnist for The Globe and Mail. He is a regular contributor to The Daily Beast.
Elsa Maxwell was famous for being famous, a party planner who knew whom to invite. Mark Braude on a new biography of her.
Mark Braude on Romney’s overseas holdings and the conversation we should be having about offshore finance.