New English Review

September 2015


View of Pike’s Peak by George Caleb Bingham

 

 

Our Dreams Are Such Stuff As We Are Made On

by Theodore Dalrymple

“People Do Not Have Ideas: They Choose Them”

by Samuel Hux

How to Kill a Dead Writer by Richard Kostelanetz

Primo Levi Now by Peter Graham

Cuckoo about Cuckoos by Theodore Dalrymple

Farewell Andalucia by Geoffrey Clarfield

Denouement Looms for Congressional Action on the Iran Nuclear Pact

by Jerry Gordon

Antisemitism in France by Michael Curtis

An Israeli Defender of Threatened Minorities in the Muslim Middle East

an interview with Mordechai Nisan by Jerry Gordon

Silencing the Past by Joe David

The Danish Historical Television Drama 1864

by Norman Berdichevsky

Enigmatic Lebanon a review by Jerry Gordon

Shadowplay: Plato’s Cave and Political Spin

by Mark Gullick

Plato and the Scotsmen by Bradford Tuckfield

Rosie, Megyn, and Carly and Hillary by G. Murphy Donovan

Revisiting Hydra Post-Chernobyl by David Solway

“Environmental Racism” Divides and Diverts Activists

by Lorna Salzman

The World is Collapsing Around Our Ears: Some Thoughts of the Decline of Popular Music

by John Broening

“Real” and Its Limitations by Wyntner Woody

Bruce Jenner and the American Prospect

by Sha’i ben-Tekoa

The Battle for Hoehns Road: Property Rights versus Muslim Supremacy

by Jerry Gordon

Poetry:

The Smell of Death by Bibhu Padhi

Hanging Wallpaper by James Como

Monsoon by Sutapa Chaudhury

Jays by David Solway

Moving On by Dilip Mohapatra

The Dawn After by P. David Hornik

The Looking Ground by David P. Gontar

The Voices of the Ghetto Still Address Us by András Mezei

translated by Thomas Ország-Land

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