New English Review

September 2006

NER September 2006:

 

Race and Conservatism

by John Derbyshire

 

The Realities of Evil

by Theodore Dalrymple

 

L’enlèvement de la France, ou, l’envelope de la Brasserie Lipp

      and  Douce France

 by Hugh Fitzgerald

 

Allah is Dead by Rebecca Bynum

 

Burka or Bikini by Mary Jackson

 

Humor in War and Peace

by Norman Berdichevsky

 

Trollope, the gardener: profile of a noteworthy man

by Colin Bower

 

The tragedy of Conrad Black, intermezzo by Alykhan Velshi

 

The Sword of Justice by Howard Anglin

 

The Origins and Generative Presence of the Sacred and the Rise of White Guilt by Adam Katz

 

Oranges and Lemons by Esmerelda Weatherwax

 

 

Short Story: Three Easy Pieces by Ares Demertzis

 

Book review:  “To love that well, which thou must leave ere long”

A Review of Marilynne Robinson’s Gilead by Howard Anglin

 

Poetry:  9-11 Poems at Five by Robert Bové

 

Movie Review: The Prize Winner of Defiance Ohio

by Mark Butterworth

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