The University Bookman
Reviewing Books that Build Culture
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Casey Chalk reviews Obianuju Ekeocha’s Target Africa, exposing the Western forces now pushing leftist ideology in Africa.
Adam Schwartz reviews a new collection of the prose of David Jones that reveals his developing critique of the modern world.
Elizabeth Bittner reviews Richard Bishirjian’s account of lessons learned from the founding and fall of Yorktown University.
Mark Judge celebrates critic Josh Larsen’s Movies Are Prayers: How Films Voice Our Deepest Longings
William F. Byrne welcomes Emily Jones’s new intellectual history, Edmund Burke and the Invention of Modern Conservatism, 1830–1914.
Jacob Bruggeman reviews Patrick Garry’s brief broadside on The False Promise of Big Government.
Trevor C. Merrill reviews an engrossing collection of short stories by Joshua Hren.
Alberto M. Fernandez reviews a new biography of a forgotten figure of the Spanish Golden Age.
Robert Huddleston reviews a mistitled but interesting book about WWII Colonel Charles Sweeny.