Volume 27, Number 4 (Fall 1987)
Best of the Bookman 26 February 2001
The Faith of Men of Letters
Eliot and His Age: T. S. Eliot’s Moral Imagination in the Twentieth Century by Russell Kirk. Sherwood Sugden and Company, Publishers (La Salle, Ill.), 1984. xii + 476 pp. $12.95 paper. Second edition with an introduction by Benjamin G. Lockerd Jr., ISI Books, 2008.
The ... conservative is concerned, first of all, for the regeneration of spirit and character—with the perennial problem of the inner order of the soul, the restoration of the ethical understanding, and the religious sanction upon which any life worth living is founded. This is conservatism at its highest.
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