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Essay 5 August 2012
Joseph Mitchell and the Free Life
Dermot Quinn
The New Yorker’s Joseph Mitchell wrote with an almost Burkean enthusiasm for the neighborhoods, physical and metaphysical, of his city, the communities in which lived an array of eccentrics, oddballs, misfits, lonely, gifted, strange, surly, lovable people that could not be found so concentratedly in any other city in the world.
Best of the Bookman 5 August 2012
book cover The Architecture of a Man’s Time
Daniel James Sundahl
Essays: Personal and Impersonal, by Milton Hindus. Black Sparrow Press, 1988 191 pp., paper, $10.00.
Review 29 July 2012
book cover Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose
Charles H. Jeanfreau
The Accidental City: Improvising New Orleans, by Lawrence N. Powell. Harvard University Press, 2012. Cloth, 448 pages, $30.
Best of the Bookman 29 July 2012
book cover Mistaken Identities
John O’Sullivan
America’s British Culture by Russell Kirk. Transaction Publishers, 1993. Cloth, 150 pages, $25.
Review 22 July 2012
book cover Union and Liberty
David G. Bonagura, Jr.
May the Road Rise Up to Meet You by Peter Troy. Doubleday, 2012, 400 pp., $27.
Best of the Bookman 22 July 2012
Subterranean Truths
Robert Aickman
Lord of the Hollow Dark by Russell Kirk. St. Martin’s Press, 1979. $10.95.
Essay 21 July 2012
Searching while Blindfolded
Gerald J. Russello
A comment on a silly piece by Russell Jacoby.
Review 15 July 2012
book cover American Sound—Twentieth Century
Thomas F. Bertonneau
Voices of Stone and Steel: The Music of William Schuman, Vincent Persichetti, and Peter Mennin by Walter Simmons. Scarecrow Press, 2010 Cloth, 438 pages, $70.
Best of the Bookman 15 July 2012
book cover The Relevance of T. S. Eliot
Arther S. Trace
Eliot and His Age: T. S. Eliot’s Moral Imagination in the Twentieth Century by Russell Kirk. New York: Random House, 1972. [ISI 2008, 460 pages, paper, $18.]
Review 8 July 2012
book cover Founders’ Faith: None of the Above
Gary Scott Smith
The Religious Beliefs of America’s Founders: Reason, Revelation, Revolution by Gregg L. Frazer. University Press of Kansas, 2012, 296 pp., $35.
Best of the Bookman 8 July 2012
book cover America Is Hard to See
Peter S. Stanlis
The American Republic: Its Constitution, Tendencies, and Destiny by Orestes A. Brownson [1865]. Reprinted by Augustus M. Kelley, Publishers: Clifton, New Jersey, 1972.[ISI 2002]
Review 1 July 2012
book cover On the Long March of the Wolves through the Sheep-pen
James E. Person, Jr.
Intellectuals and Society: Revised and Expanded Edition by Thomas Sowell. New York: Basic Books, 2012, 669 pages, $19.99.
Best of the Bookman 1 July 2012
book cover Many Liberalisms
Kenneth R. Craycraft, Jr.
Against Liberalism, by John Kekes. Cornell University Press, 1997, 287 pp., $30 cloth.
Symposium 27 June 2012
book cover What We’re Reading (Summer 2012)
Bookman contributors
As a special summer feature, we’ve asked our valued contributors to tell us what they’re planning to read this summer. We hope it provides you with ideas of your own.

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