New English Review

September 2014

Coucher du soleil by Jules Dupré



A Game of Rat and Mouse by Theodore Dalrymple

Religion, Militarism and Industry by Rebecca Bynum

Malvolio’s Defense by David P. Gontar

Hamlet – and the Ghost of Freud reviews by J. E. G. Dixon

Spider Man by Theodore Dalrymple

The Empire Within by Bradford Tuckfield

A Survivor of 9/11 Speaks: An Interview with Deborah Weiss, Esq.

by Jerry Gordon

Tariq Ramadan: The Good European by Fergus Downie

Hamas: An Islamic Nazi Party by Joseph S. Spoerl

Has the Third Gaza War Between Israel and Hamas Ended?

by Jerry Gordon and Mike Bates

Islam, Monoculture, and the Obama Caliphate

by G. Murphy Donovan

Insecure Borders and Broken Immigration Laws: A Discussion with Chris Farrell and Mark Krikorian

by Jerry Gordon and Shane Wikfors

The Uses and Abuses of Islam  by Mark Gullick

Did Assad and Maliki Facilitate the Rise of the Islamic State? An Interview with M. Zuhdi Jasser and Sherkoh Abbas

by Jerry Gordon

Survivors: Hungarian Jewish Poets of the Holocaust

a review by Zsuzsanna Ozsvath

Oka! – The Greatest Musical Act of the Last 50,000 Years

by Geoffrey Clarfield

The Florida Panhandle, John Gorrie and Air-conditioning

by Norman Berdichevsky

On The Death of Robin Williams (1951-2014)

by Sam Bluefarb

Crazy Crapitalism by Richard Kostelanetz

Short Story:

Garbage Bags by Hannah Messinger


The Wound of Manhattan: A Holocaust Poem for 9/11 by András Mezei

translated by Thomas Ország-Land

Summer Love by Dilip Mohapatra

Memory by Bibhu Padhi


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