New English Review

February 2014

View from the Artist's window  by Martinus Rørbye



Give Death Its Due by Theodore Dalrymple


Faith, Reason and a Call to Spiritual Arms by Rebecca Bynum


The Abrahamic Fallacy by Mark Durie


Minefield of Dreams: The Good Intentions that Harm Society

by Ben Irvine


Something Rotten in the Art of Denmark

by Theodore Dalrymple


Shakespeare’s Sweet Poison by David P. Gontar


William Shakespeare, Edward de Vere, Seventeenth Earl of Oxford and the ‘Still-Vexed Bermoothes’

by Keith Hopkins


Christie in the Crosshairs by G. Murphy Donovan


Is there a Future for French Jews?

An Interview with Michel Gurfinkiel by Jerry Gordon


Esperanto and Modern Hebrew –“Artificial” Languages that Came to Life

by Norman Berdichevsky


The Rise of Erdogan’s Islamist Tyranny by Jerry Gordon


Have the Grievance-Mongering Taqiyya-Artists at TellMamaUK Finally Lost the Plot?

by Catstrangler101


Jewish Myopia Towards Islam by Jerry Gordon


Socialist Globalization by Robert Wolfe


Master of Lost Chords by Thomas J. Scheff


Radical Feminists’ War on Churches by Enza Ferreri


How The NRA Resembles The CPUSA by Richard Kostelanetz


The Master Navigator by Geoffrey Clarfield


Ex Gratis by Moshe Dann


The Last Days of My Father by Mark Anthony Signorelli




The Germans’ Mercenaries by György Faludy 

translated from the Hungarian & edited by Thomas Ország-Land


Not Being Able to Return by Bibhu Padhi


A Sibyl by Rainer Maria Rilke translated by Len Krisak


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