Arts & Culture Books
Franklin FreemanApril 17, 2017
Frank Freeman reviews "The Mountains of Parnassus" by Czeslaw Milosz.
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Franklin FreemanSeptember 15, 2016
The central insight of David Walsh’s book is that “the person is transcendence."
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Franklin FreemanSeptember 16, 2015
'The Fellowship,' by Philip Zaleski and Carol Zaleski
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Franklin FreemanOctober 02, 2014
I rsquo ve heard it said hurt people hurt If anyone was ever hurt as a child not physically but emotionally it was Tennessee Williams His mother Edwina rsquo s denial did the hurting denial she turned into an art form which her son turned into art And John Lahr senior drama critic of The Ne
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Franklin FreemanApril 01, 2014
Tim Kendall's anthology, 'Poetry of the First World War'
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Franklin FreemanDecember 10, 2013
This new literary biography mdash rdquo not a formal biography but more than a work of literary criticism rdquo in the words of its author Robert Milder professor of English at Washington University in St Louis mdash contends that Nathaniel Hawthorne was a man divided be-tween his realist perc
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Franklin FreemanDecember 10, 2013
Some Catholics have lamented that C. S. Lewis, an Anglican, never converted.
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Franklin FreemanDecember 17, 2012
Do the movies have a future?
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Franklin FreemanSeptember 10, 2012
Philip Larkin was not always an admirable man, but he was certainly a hard-working poet.
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Franklin FreemanJanuary 02, 2012
Was Ernest Hemingway trying to be a saint?