Fall Literary Review 2018

Vol. 219 / No. 9

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Fall Literary Review 2018

Arts & Culture Books
Nick Ripatrazone October 24, 2018

At a moment when reporters are being criticized from all sides, 'The Quiet American' feels painfully prescient.

Arts & Culture Books
Lisa AmplemanOctober 24, 2018

T.S. Eliot attracts and repels all at once—but reading his 'Four Quartets' has been a formative experience for many a spiritual seeker.

Arts & Culture Books
Jordan Denari DuffnerOctober 24, 2018

Two timely texts can help elevate our thinking and improve the ways we relate to our Muslim brothers and sisters.

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Arts & Culture Books
Jonathan Malesic October 25, 2018

Americans work an awful lot. But what are we doing at the jobs we believe are so important?

Arts & Culture Books
James T. KeaneOctober 25, 2018

With this Fall Books literary issue, we offer writers and texts that we certainly feel are best read closely and conscientiously.

Arts & Culture Books
Raymond A. Schroth, S.J.October 25, 2018

Elizabeth Seton—who overcame innumerable obstacles to pursue her vocation—was the first native-born citizen of the United States to be named a saint.

Arts & Culture Poetry
Sarah LawOctober 09, 2018

her wrists are shackled, / her head’s in her hand.