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Reviewing Books that Build Culture

Robert Lowell’s Selfish Determination

Eugene Schlanger reviews Robert Lowell’s Dolphin and Dolphin Letters.

After Such Knowledge

Carl E. Rollyson reviews Jerome Charyn’s biographical novel Sargeant Salinger.

Everything Stays the Same

Albert Wald reviews Alex Christofi’s Dostoevsky in Love: An Intimate Life.

The Literature of Wisdom and Enjoyment

Daniel Buck reviews Karen Swallow Prior’s On Reading Well: Finding the Good Life through Great Books.

James Burnham: Marxist, 1933–1940

Francis P. Sempa looks at James Burnham’s Marxist period for themes that shaped The Managerial Revolution and The Machiavellians.

The Heart of Progress

Luma Simms reviews Matthew Slaboch’s Road to Nowhere.

Diagnosing a New Despotism

Diagnosing a New Despotism

Jeffrey Folks welcomes Roger Kimball’s collection, Who Rules? Sovereignty, Nationalism, and the Fate of Freedom in the Twenty-First Century.

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