New English Review

May 2011

 

 
The Death of Hyacinthus
by Giambattista Tiepolo 

 


The Vertiginous Tumble of DSK by Nidra Poller

Sewer Thing by Theodore Dalrymple

 


 Darwin as an Ethical Theorist by Mark Anthony Signorelli

 

 
The Embarrassment of Morality by Rebecca Bynum

 


Of Evil and Empathy
 by Theodore Dalrymple

 

 

Sam Johnson – The “Robust Genius” of British Toryism


by Derek Turner

 

 

A Danish Free Speech Hero: An Interview with Lars Hedegaard


by Jerry Gordon

 

Israel: World Center for Three Great Faiths – Judaism, Christianity and Bahaism


by Norman Berdichevsky

 

Somalia in a State of Nature by Geoffrey Clarfield

HRH Haram by Mary Jackson

 


Introduction to the Expression of Meaning in English Churches


by David Hamilton

 

 

Stuck in the Middle Ages With You


by Esmerelda Weatherwax

 


High School Rebel
 
by Thomas J. Scheff

 

Political Poem by Mark Goldblatt

 

Garland- Three Holocaust Poems for Our Time

translated from the Hungarian & edited by Thomas Ország-Land
 


 

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