The University Bookman
Reviewing Books that Build Culture
Daniel Buck argues that conservatives should treat games like BioShock more like literature.
Timothy D. Lusch reviews Catherine Hanley’s Matilda: Empress, Queen, Warrior.
John P. Rossi looks back at four key speeches of Winston Churchill in the summer of 1940.
Michial Farmer looks at O’Connor, Updike, and the Literature of Self-Recrimination
John Grove reviews Gregory Collins’s Commerce and Manners in Edmund Burke’s Political Economy
Clayton Trutor welcomes Neil Price’s Children of Ash and Elm
Katya Sedgwick looks back at Bulgakov’s novella, Heart of a Dog.
David Coates reviews the collection Critics of Enlightenment Rationalism.
Alberto M. Fernandez introduces readers to Ramiro de Maeztu’s In Defense of Hispanism.