Daily Archives: December 10, 2017

On Drawing Intricate Characters

Those who are well-attuned to the sort of books I read will likely find a great deal of evidence that I am greatly fond of intricate characters.  Perhaps, in many ways, that is because I am a particularly intricate character … Continue reading

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Book Review: Six Encounters With Lincoln

Six Encounters With Lincoln:  A President Confronts Democracy And Its Demons, by Elizabeth Brown Pryor If you want a book that demonstrates in its clearest form the sort of chronological snobbery that tends to infect Progressives, especially of the kind … Continue reading

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Book Review: Blood On The Moon

Blood On The Moon:  The Assassination Of Abraham Lincoln, by Edward Steers Jr I must admit that although I read a great many books about Abraham Lincoln, I must admit that his assassination has not been the part of his … Continue reading

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