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Book Review: The Way Of Imagination

The Way Of Imagination: Essays, by Scott Russell Sanders In reading this book, I was struck by the fact that there are very real reasons why it is that leftists go wrong the way that they do. This author fancies … Continue reading

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Book Review: Essay: A Critical Memoir

Essay: A Critical Memoir, by Donald Revell It is a shame I do not know who this author is, because it might make at least some sense how it is that someone who has published a great many works seems … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Ideal Of Culture

The Ideal Of Culture: Essays, by Joseph Epstein I must admit that I did not know anything about the author before reading this book. Sometimes that can be dangerous, but in this case the result of reading this book was … Continue reading

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Book Review: How To Be Alone

How To Be Alone: Essays, by Jonathan Franzen One of the reasons why so much of contemporary fiction is metafictional, not that this is necessarily a bad thing, is that so many writers of fiction are so heavily consumed with … Continue reading

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Book Review: Collection Of Sand

Collection Of Sand, by Italo Calvino This is an odd collection, but it is by no means a bad collection. Calvino faces the sort of problem that humanity in general has to deal with, and that is the desire to … Continue reading

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