New English Review

May 2014

The Grand Canal and the Church of the Salute by Canaletto


Of Horlicks and Heroism by Theodore Dalrymple


God Descending by Rebecca Bynum


How Trivial and Medieval! by J.E.G. Dixon


Thinking Outside the Box – St. Thomas More’s ‘Utopia’

by Keith Hopkins


The Art of Automutilation by Theodore Dalrymple


Unreading Lear by David P. Gontar


Lest I Offend Thee by Richard Butrick


CAIR and Lawfare: an Interview with Brooke Goldstein

by Jerry Gordon


Wrong Wars & Wrong Enemies by G. Murphy Donovan


The BBC’s Newspeak Coverage of the Boston Marathon

by Norman Berdichevsky

The Fourth Mystery of Barack Obama 

by Richard Kostelanetz


The Anthropocene and the New Lysenkoism

by Lorna Salzman


Epiphanies by Thomas J. Scheff


Downtown NYC “Fun Schools” by Richard Kostelanetz


Blessings in the Land by Moshe Dann


The Origins Of The Easter Feast, The Easter Egg and The Easter Bunny 

by John M. Joyce




Faded One by Rainer Maria Rilke translated by Len Krisak


Normandy, Hey!

translated and edited by Thomas Ország-Land


Song Of The Hermit by Stefan Zweig

translated by William Ruleman


All, Or Nothing At All by Bibhu Padhi


Staying Still by Thomas J. Scheff


Journalism by Steven Sher


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