Fall Literary Review 2017
A quick survey of the books reviewed in America's Fall Literary Review 2017.
"The church as a whole, cannot grasp the vastness of God," Peter Phan argues.
"To Protect and Serve" offers an insider's look into how to reform policing in the United States.
The Great War had a tincture of tragic elegy.... World War II, by contrast, was thoroughly modern, disengaged from any romantic past.
Three recent books on Thoreau, prompted by the the 200th anniversary of his birth, deepen our understanding of him.