The University Bookman
Reviewing Books that Build Culture
John Rossi welcomes a new edition of the wartime diaries of ‘Chips’ Channon.
Pedro Blas González takes another look at Orwell’s 1984.
Jason Ross reviews books on the American founding by Robert Reilly and Lee Strang.
Jeffrey Wald reflects on Balzac’s Lost Illusions and other works.
Owen Edwards reviews Rick Bragg’s Where I Come From.
Karl C. Shaffenburg reviews Thomas Helling’s The Great War and the Birth of Modern Medicine.
John G. Grove reviews a new collection of Roger Scruton’s shorter writings.
Auguste Meyrat reviews George Gilder’s Life After Google.
David G. Bonagura, Jr. reviews Daniel K. Williams’s Defenders of the Unborn.