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Review 14 November 2010
Mystery Bathed in Light
José Yulo
The Mind that Is Catholic. Philosophical and Political Essays, by James V. Schall, S.J. Catholic University of America Press (Washington, DC) 337 pp, $34.95, 2008
Review 13 November 2010
book cover image Thinking in Pairs with Poets and Scientists
Joseph T. Stuart
Robert Frost: The Poet as Philosopher by Peter J. Stanlis, ISI Books (Wilmington, Delaware) 452 pp., $28.00, 2007 Practical Mystic: Religion, Science, and A. S. Eddington by Matthew Stanley, University of Chicago Press (Chicago) 313 pp., $37.50 Cloth, 2007
Review 13 November 2010
In Search of a Better Economic System
Ivan Pongracic, Sr.
God & Money: The Moral Challenge of Capitalism by Charles McDaniel, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc. (Lanham, Boulder, New York, Toronto, Plymouth, UK) 337 pp., $27.95, 2007
Review 13 November 2010
Dark Ride: Thomas S. Hibbs on Film Noir and the Quest for Redemption
Thomas F. Bertonneau
Arts of Darkness: American Noir and the Quest for Redemption by Thomas S. Hibbs, Spence Publishing $27.95 hardcover, 2008
Review 13 November 2010
Writer–Statesman
Richard M. Gamble
George Kennan: A Writing Life by Lee Congdon ISI Books (Wilmington, DE) xii + 208 pp., $25.00 cloth, 2008
Review 13 November 2010
Reading Peter Viereck Anew
Charles C. Brown
Shame and Glory of the Intellectuals by Peter Viereck (Reprint Edition with an earlier preface by the author) Transaction Publishers (New Brunswick, N.J.) 330 pp., $34.95 paper, 2007 Unadjusted Man in an Age of Overadjustment by Peter Viereck (Reprint Edition with a new introduction by the author) Transaction Publishers (New Brunswick, N.J.) 369 pp., $34.95 paper, 2004
Review 13 November 2010
New World Man
Michael J. Ard
Champlain’s Dream by David Hackett Fischer, New York: Simon and Schuster,848 pp., $40.00, 2009
Editorial 13 November 2010
Editor’s Note: Transition
Review 6 April 2010
Books in Little
The Editors
Review 6 April 2010
The High Achievement of Christopher Dawson
Russell Kirk
A Historian and His Word: a Life of Christopher Dawson, 1889–1970 by Christina Scott. The Dynamic Character of Christian Culture: Essays on Dawsonian Themes edited by Peter J. Cataldo.
On Essays and Letters 5 April 2010
Safer in Minnesota
James V. Schall, S.J.
On Essays and Letters
Review 5 April 2010
Pianarchy
R. J. Stove
After the Golden Age: Romantic Pianism and Modern Performance by Kenneth Hamilton. Oxford University Press (New York) 304 pp, $29.95, 2008
Review 5 April 2010
Dignity and the Law
Richard Reinsch
In the Shadow of the Law by Kermit Roosevelt Straus & Giroux (New York) 384 pp, $24.00, 2005
Review 5 April 2010
The Right’s Exit
William Anthony Hay
Conservatism in America: Making Sense of the American Right by Paul Gottfried. Palgrave Macmillan (New York) 189 pp, $48.00, 2007

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