The Unquiet Englishman: A Life of Graham Greene | Richard Greene | W. W. Norton & Company
Her new book, "Uprooted: Recovering the Legacy of the Places We’ve Left Behind," calls us to value places that our society is leaving behind.
For Stevens elegance was a pathway to the divine, but it also reminds us that the divine may be just one more product of the imagination
Survivors: Children’s Lives after the Holocaust | Rebecca Clifford | Yale
Aesthetics (2 Volumes), Dietrich von Hildebrand Legacy Project
The Lost Spells | Robert MacFarlance, illus. Jackie Morris | Anansi International
How the dialectical, the dialogical, and the dramatic create an openness that allows art to flourish
Solzhenitsyn and American Culture: The Russian Soul in the West | Ed. David P. Deavel and Jessica Hooten Wilson | Notre Dame
Eat, Drink, Think: What Ancient Greece Can Tell Us About Food and Wine David Roochnik | Bloomsbury
The Still-Burning Bush | Stephen Pyne | Scribe
Capon is best-known for his food writing but all of his work is shot through with his Chestertonian view of God as a jovial Romantic.
The English poet, priest, and musician discusses writing poetry during the age of the Coronavirus.