New English Review

October 2020


Charing Cross Bridge, André Derain, 1906

 

Phares Lays Out the Big Foreign Policy Picture in ‘The Choice’
REBECCA BYNUM

 
Engaged by the Wicked
THEODORE DALRYMPLE

Ode to a German Friend
SAMUEL HUX

Racism as Absence
HOWARD S. SCHWARTZ

Books: What to Do?
JAMES COMO

An Oasis in a World Gone Clinical
DAVID SOLWAY

Strike Looms at Gray Lady (Or, Maybe Not)
EDWARD GROSSMAN

The End of English Liberty
MATTHEW WARDOUR

Statistics
RALPH BERRY

A Canticle for Liebowitz and Cyclical History
PEDRO BLAS GONZÁLEZ

Henry Miller and his “Clams”
GUIDO MINA di SOSPIRO

 

The Virus and the Dream of Recession Come True
ARMANDO SIMÓN

The Man in the Cloth Mask: Tales and Reflections
JEFF PLUDE

A Tale of Two Parties: Keir Starmer’s British Labour vs. Joe Biden’s and the Democrats
NORMAN BERDICHEVSKY

Classical Versus Jazz
ROBERT LEWIS

Things We Say But Don’t Mean
KENNETH FRANCIS

The Agony of Being Mental
CARL NELSON

Haunted Architecture
JOHN HENRY

Requiem for a Lightweight: RIP RBG
G. MURPHY DONOVAN

Frank Lloyd Wright vs. Andrea Palladio
JOHN HENRY

To See the World in a Grain of Sand: The Family, the National Community, and the Common Good
CHRISTOPHER GARBOWSKI

Riding Towards Us With A Vengeance
GEOFFREY CLARFIELD

Lionel Abrahams: A Voice for This Season
JILLIAN BECKER

STORIES & POETRY

An Urgent Diary Entry from Wang Yi, Regarding the Developing Situation with a Very Small Country
ANTHONY ATLAS

The Receptionist’s Smile
TRICIA WARREN

The Time Change
PETER GLASSMAN

Pip van Winkle Does Not Dream
ROBERT GEAR

Twin Towers AND Creation
KIRBY OLSON

Meditations on the Reflections of Seasons: The Grave
JUSTIN WONG

Solace AND A Sleeper’s Progress
JEFFREY BURGHAUSER

Four Poems
MICHAEL SHINDLER

Moving on the Earth
KEN CRAVEN

Poetic Workshop: First Draft
SCOT WALKER

Recipient of Mustard Seed AND Self-Rebuke
MICHAEL WILLIAMS

Beyond All Telling: A Mini Drama
EVELYN HOOVEN

91 and Not Dead Yet: Writing: The Magic Carpet
REG GREEN


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