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Former Mantle Managing Editor Corrie Hulse connects with family members past and present while under quarantine in New York City.

The rhythmic, colorful, and divine Carnival is one of the main windows into the soul of the people.

"Hopping on a plane back home, I would leave behind the surveillance and the border wall, but I couldn’t shake off the people I met."

India, though heavily Islamophobic, is not alone in Asia in terms of the governmental persecution of Muslims.

What is the problem with knowing the price of everything and the value of nothing?

Sartre’s analysis of antisemitism, and its godfather, racism, still resonates today.

Published in 1824 in Scotland, James Hogg presents a gothic psychological tale that leaves readers grasping for the truth.

The Mantle Editors list their go-to books written by female authors for International Women's Day.

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