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Arts & Culture Of Many Things
George W. HuntOctober 25, 2019
Books about books were of special interest to George W. Hunt, S.J., and so, in his honor, we reprint this Of Many Things column from Feb. 20, 1993.
Arts & Culture Of Many Things
George W. HuntSeptember 27, 2017
On the particular genius of F. Scott Fitzgerald
Arts & Culture Vantage Point
George W. HuntDecember 09, 2015
In the spirit of Ecclesiasticus (44:1), let us now praise famous men: specifically Frank Sinatra.
George W. HuntOctober 07, 2012

One shaft of sunlight that has illuminated a rather gloomy year for most Americans has been the year-long celebration in honor of George Gershwin. When Gershwin died suddenly at age 38 in 1937, the novelist John O'Hara wrote in his typically hard-boiled-sentimental style: "They tell me George

George W. HuntOctober 04, 2010
Peter Quinn investigates the mystery of Judge Crater.
George W. HuntJuly 06, 2009
Blake Bailey's biography of John Cheever is a literary triumph in its own right.
George W. HuntFebruary 23, 2009
Mary Pat Kelly's 'Galway Bay,' reviewed
George W. HuntFebruary 16, 2009
An appreciation of a Christian man of letters
George W. HuntFebruary 04, 2008
Allow me to presume that you are one of those mildly perverse people who finds delight in stories that run counter to your usual fuddy-duddy moral judgments offered in public If so then we know that there are several sure-fire kinds of narrative that never lose the naughty appeal of slumming with
Arts & Culture Books
George W. HuntMarch 19, 2007
The cover for this delightful collection of interconnected essays is the famous photo taken in 1932 of 11 ironworkers enjoying a relaxed lunch break as they sit side by side perched on an I-beam a thousand feet up in open space overlooking mid-Manhattan their legs nonchalantly dangling from the sk