New English Review

February 2015

Still Life with Quince, Cabbage, Melon, and Cucumber by Juan Sánchez Cotán


Chinese Puzzles by Theodore Dalrymple

Jihad Attacks in Paris: True & False Notes by Nidra Poller

The Failure of Pope Francis by Rebecca Bynum

Where Things Stand by Mark Anthony Signorelli

Hamas, CAIR, and American Muslims by Joseph S. Spoerl

Israel’s Nuclear Strategy: The Importance of Doctrine

by Louis René Beres

An Interview with Professor Richard L. Rubenstein in The World & I, 1991

Lunch Conquers All, Part 2 by Theodore Dalrymple

Egypt Under Al-Sisi: An Interview with Raymond Stock

by Jerry Gordon

The Silence of the Lambs: Kristof and Buruma Put Women in Their Place

by Lorna Salzman

The Age of Musterbation by G. Murphy Donovan

Exposing A Radical Jihad Training Network in America: an Interview with Ryan Mauro of The Clarion Project

by Jerry Gordon

The Herr Schultz Syndrome by Richard Butrick

The Golan Ablaze: Are Hezbollah and Iran Behind It?

by Jerry Gordon and Ilana Freedman

Good Poetry, Bad Poetry, and Good Poetry Read Badly

by G. Kim Blank

A “Completely Good Man” is Hard to Find: Welles’ Defective Falstaff

by Carl C. Curtis

“Fanny and Alexander” and Contemporary Swedish Antisemitism

by Norman Berdichevsky

On Safari by Geoffrey Clarfield

Moses and Pharaoh: Who was the Hero? by Moshe Dann

Overcoming Literary Anti-Semitism in America

by Richard Kostelanetz

Words May Salve the Holocaust Wounds that Refuse to Heal

an interview with Thomas Ország-Land

Short Stories:

Where Will You Go? by David P. Gontar

Todos Los Años by Robin Hirsch

She’s Not Here Now by P. David Hornik


On At Last Looking Into Chapman’s Homer by Len Krisak

Walking Alone by Dilip Mohapatra



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