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Volume 44, Number 4 (Fall 2006)

Contents

Editor’s Note: Our Neighbors and the Ground Beneath Us

Review 18 March 2007
Plucking Out the Heart of Shakespeare’s Mystery
a review by R. V. Young
Shadowplay: The Hidden Beliefs and Coded Politics of William Shakespeare by Claire Asquith. Public Affairs (New York), xviii + 348 pp., $26.00, cloth, 2005.
Review 18 March 2007
The Odds According to Whom?
a review by Joseph T. Stuart
Intelligence Was My Line: Inside Eisenhower’s Other Command by Ralph Hauenstein and Donald Markle. Hippocrene Books (New York), 182 pp., $24.95 cloth, 2005.
Essay 18 March 2007
Mr. Shakespeare’s Plays
by James V. Schall, S.J.
On Essays and Letters
Review 19 March 2007
Frights and Chills, Intelligently Rendered
a review by R. Andrew Newman
Acquainted With the Night edited by Barbara Roden and Christopher Roden. Ash-Tree Press (British Columbia, Canada), 384 pp., $48.50 cloth; $26.00 paper, 2004.
Review 19 March 2007
Edmund Burke: Tradition, Liberty, Empire
a review by Kenneth E. Moore
Foreign Affections: Essays On Edmund Burke by Seamus Deane. University of Notre Dame Press (Notre Dame, Indiana), 216 pp., $30.00 paper. 2005.
Essay 19 March 2007
A Cautionary Note on the Ghostly Tale
by Russell Kirk
Review 19 March 2007
The Art of Flannery O’Connor
a review by Michael M. Jordan
Flannery O’Connor and the Christ-Haunted South by Ralph C. Wood. William B. Eerdmans (Grand Rapids, Michigan) 265 pp., $22.00 cloth, 2004. The Incarnational Art of Flannery O’Connor by Christina Bieber Lake. Mercer University Press (Macon, Georgia) 243 pp., $35.00 cloth, 2005.
Review 19 March 2007
Parliamentary Men, Then and Now
a review by Robert G. Ingram
William Pitt the Younger: A Biography by William Hague. Knopf (New York), 556 pp., $35.00 cloth, 2005.
Review 19 March 2007
A Celebration of Conservative Politics in France
a review by Thierry Giaccardi
Bibliographie générale des droites françaises edited by Alan de Benoist. Dualpha (France), Four volume set, 736 pp. cloth, 2005.
Review 19 March 2007
The Rebirth of Russian Conservatism
a review by Ethan Alexander-Davey
What We Fought For and Whom We Fought With by Natalia A. Narochnitskaya. Minuvshee (Moscow), 80 pp., cloth, 2005. Russia and Russians in World History by Natalia A. Narochnitskaya. Mezhdunarodnye Otnosheniya (Moscow), 536 pp., cloth, 2004. Orthodox Civilization in a Global World by Aleksandr S. Panarin. Algoritm (Moscow), 544 pp., cloth, 2003.
Review 19 March 2007
Memoir of a Moral Farmer-Philosopher
a review by Robert C. Cheeks
News From Somewhere: On Settling by Roger Scruton. Continuum (London and New York), 192 pp., $13.33 paper, 2006.
Review 19 March 2007
Shakespeare for Our Time
a review by Jeffrey Cain
Will in the World: How Shakespeare Became Shakespeare by Stephen Greenblatt. W. W. Norton (New York), 384 pp., $26.95 cloth, 2004; $14.95 paper, 2005.
Review 19 March 2007
Books in Little
a review by the Editors

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