New English Review

November 2013

 


The Meeting of Abraham and Melchizedek by Peter Paul Rubens

 

Serpentine Mind by Theodore Dalrymple

 

“To Bind Up The Nation’s Wounds” by Conrad Black

 

The Religion of Experience by Rebecca Bynum

 

On the Frontiers of Psychiatry: Ophelia and the Jailer’s Daughter

by David P. Gontar

 

Never Again by Geoffrey Clarfield

 

The Cranberry Rumble by G. Murphy Donovan

 

Obamacare Will Follow the Fate of Prohibition

by Norman Berdichevsky

 

Indomitable Defender of Israel: An Interview with Professor Michael Curtis

by Jerry Gordon

 

Counter Tourism: Responding to Pro-Palestinian Protest and Solidarity Tours

by Ardie Geldman

 

The Failed State of Palestine a review by Jerry Gordon

Will There be a Peace Agreement between Israel and the Palestinians?

An Interview with Daniel Mandel by Jerry Gordon

The Abode of Islam is Philosophically Infertile Ground

by Paul Austin Murphy

 

Slouching Towards Sharia by Richard Butrick

 

A Reader’s Guide to the New York Musical Comedies of Betty Comden and Adolph Green: On the Town, Wonderful Town, and Bells Are Ringing

by Terry Dunford

 

“Vertigo” – Yet Again: A Personal Essay by Sam Bluefarb

 

The Stupidest Generation by Larry Eubank

 

Telling Bad Jokes in Korea by NB Armstrong

 

The NYC Rockaways (That Sandy Made Famous)

by Richard Kostelanetz

 

A Perfect Life by Moshe Dann

 

Poetry:

 

Transit by Len Krisak

 

A Room of One’s Own by Bibhu Padhi

 

Robust Women by András Mezei

Translated from the Hungarian & Edited by Thomas Ország-Land

 

 

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