The University Bookman
Reviewing Books that Build Culture
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Ben Lockerd reviews a new scholarly treatment of Arthurian motifs in the thought and writings of the Inklings.
Father Schall looks at a historical essay from Hilaire Belloc on lessons from the civilized conversation of King St. Louis.
Elizabeth Bittner reviews Michael Walsh’s Fiery Angel on the West’s loss of confidence in its own narrative.
Addison Del Mastro reviews a new history of the great literary Republic of Letters.
John Bicknell welcomes Joanne Freeman’s new history of physical violence inside Congress before the Civil War.
Ben Sixsmith reviews a memoir on the departure of an aesthetic … conservative?
Erik W. Matson reviews a book that explains the continued importance of F. A. Hayek’s Science of Liberty.
Pedro Blas González reflects on the vast differences between happiness as felt and happiness as explained.
Jacob Bruggeman reviews Jay W. Richards’s book on the not-so-apocalyptic future of American employment.