New English Review

June 2014

Rivage de Pontrieux, Cotes-du-Nord by Eugène Boudin


Ford and Against by Theodore Dalrymple

The Astounding Lack of Strategic Thought by Conrad Black

Much Is False In “All Is True” by David P. Gontar

King John, Part 1 by Keith Hopkins

What a Falling Prof. Was There by Theodore Dalrymple

Hoops by G. Murphy Donovan

A Betrayal of Both Christians and Jews: Pope Francis’ Visit to the “State of Palestine”

by Robert Harris

Global Persecution of Christians: An International Round Table Discussion

by Jerry Gordon and Mike Bates

Updike a review by Richard Kostelanetz

The Burning Crusade of a Stateless Wanderer

a review by Janet Tassel

Modern Hebrew – The Past and Future of a Revitalized Language

by Norman Berdichevsky

The Future of the Babylonian Jewish Archives: Interview with Dr. Harold Rhode

by Jerry Gordon

Are We Fighting the Trees Instead of the Forest?

by Lorna Salzman

Yasmeen’s Law: A Victory in Florida for Human Rights

by Jerry Gordon

And They Shall Survive Burnt Offerings by Moshe Dann

Purloined Literary Putdowns by Richard Kostelanetz

Fisking Fizzy Bollocks by Tim Burton (Catstrangler101)


The Island of the Sirens by Rainer Maria Rilke

translated by Len Krisak

Nights on Lake Como by Stefan Zweig

translated by William Ruleman

Surviving the Bombers by Miklós Radnóti

translated by Thomas Ország-Land

Reminiscence by Dilip Mohapatra

Evening by Bibhu Padhi 


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