If, on the other hand, the idea of this museum is — as it seems to be — to inspire the next generation of writers, then why cling to someone like John Updike to the exclusion of, say, a single Asian-American author?
Curating a New Literary Canon
Rebecca Makkai

Don’t. And Is Toni Morrison getting in? Clearly, Zora Neale Hurston is a MUST, if we truly want to memorialize the real American experience (which we largely don’t.)

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