A new book from Aidan Nichols, OP.
A biography of Diderot.
A new book from Aidan Nichols, OP.
A biography of Diderot.
The Novel of Ferrara: six of Giorgio Bassani’s novels, Within the Walls, The Gold-Rimmed Spectacles, The Garden of the Finzi-Continis, Behind the Door, The Heron, and The Smell of Hay.
Ray Dalio’s new book on Big Debt Crises.
John Julius Norwich’s edited collection from beyond the grave: great writers on great cities.
An expensive academic biography of José Antonio Primo de Rivera, founder of the Falange Española.
Richard Davenport-Hines’s big new book, Enemies Within: Communists, the Cambridge Spies and the Making of Modern Britain.
Jünger’s wartime Paris journals.
The complete oral history of Monty Python.
Four young people who escaped the Maoist revolution.
Another posthumous Le Guin book.
Henry VIII and the men who made him.
Isaiah Berlin’s personal impressions of eminent people.
Peter Hitchens has finally written his book against World War II.
Roger Scruton writes fiction.
A life of Li Bai (Li Po).
Essays by Jonathan Franzen.
Roosevelt and Hoover in their clash over the New Deal.
Two I forgot in my last roundup: Jeffrey Burson’s new book on the long-neglected Catholic theologian, historian, and contributor to Diderot’s Encyclopédie, Abbé Claude Yvon, and Remi Brague’s “medieval wisdom for a modern age”.
A biography of William Hardin Burnley, the largest slave owner in Trinidad during the nineteenth century.
A study of Léon Bloy.
The wartime letters of Ulysses S. Grant to his wife.
A critical edition of Ezra Pound’s Cathay.
A biography of Anna Komnene.
A brief history of Naperville, Illinois.
H. W. Brands’s book on the rivalry of Henry Clay, John Calhoun and Daniel Webster.
Stephen Fry’s book Heroes, retelling Greek myths.
The collected and unpublished writings of Mark Fisher.
The Hebraic Myth in late-nineteenth-century American literature.
Selected letters of Lionel Trilling.
The complete text of Derrida’s Préjugés.
A new biography of Anthony Powell.
A second installment in Zachary Leaders’s biography of Saul Bellow.
Robert Graves, also biographed.
Edith Wharton in France.
Wesley Yang’s debut, The Souls of Yellow Folk.
The legacy of Alexander the Great throughout the ages.
Eight essays from Wendell Berry.
Rudyard Kipling’s uncollected prose fictions.
André Bazin: Selected Writings 1943-1958.
Anthony Kaldellis’s latest book, arguing that the Byzantines were ethnically Roman.
How the Victorians invented mass entertainment: gin palaces, music halls, seaside resorts and football clubs, pleasure-gardens and international expos.
The early history of Saxon London.
A guide to and history of Virginian beer.
A short history of the Holy Roman Empire.
A complete guide to Spaghetti Western films.
Franco’s air force, on loan from Hitler.
The story of Isaiah Berlin’s relationship with his editor, Henry Hardy.
Robert Louis Wilken’s new book on the Christian origins of religious freedom.
Terry Eagleton’s book on humor.
A biography of Queen Matilda.
A new biography of Enoch Powell.
The New Prometheans: Faith, Science, and the Supernatural Mind in the Victorian Fin de Siècle.
A life of Ernest Hemingway.
American mercenaries who fought against the Ottoman Empire.
A history of Anglican exorcism.
The rise and fall of cigarette rations in the military.
The selected letters of S. N. Behrman and his editors at the New Yorker.
The story of John Nicholson, a British Brigadier-General in Delhi and (under the name Nikal Seyn) object of religious devotion.
The displacement and exile of Christian bishops in late antiquity.
American Catholics’ desire for an American saint.
The letters of Flannery O’Connor and Caroline Gordon.
Bedouin culture in the Bible.
The life of Sergei Shchukin, the Russian art collector.
The invention of musical notation in Carolingian Europe.
A biography of eight manuscript pages taken from the Zeytun Gospels, lost in the years following the Armenian genocide.
William Lane Craig’s defense of divine aseity.
The American life of King Edward VIII.
The work of Bruce Springsteen.
Miscarriage in 19th century America.
An intellectual biography of Hermann Cohen.
The latest edition of Merryman and Pérez-Perdomo’s introduction to the civil law tradition.
The ethics of resistance to state injustice.
Ernst Bloch’s book Avicenna and the Aristotelian Left.
The latest in the Collected Works of Bernard Lonergan: The Redemption.
Christian Smith’s critique of atheism.
Wendy Brown, Peter Gordon, and Max Pensky on authoritarianism.
Why the five-paragraph essay needs to die.
The transmission of the story of the adulterous woman from the Gospel of John.
The Ukrainian Orthodox Church in the 20th century.
A walking guide to Manhattan.
A history of Polish literature and culture since 1918.
How ancient peoples thought about robots and artificial life.
An examination of linguistic and ethnoracial categories in the context of Latinidad.
Bishop Constantine Bohachevsky and the Ukrainian Catholic Church.
The life and times of Bertram L. Baker, political boss of Black Brooklyn.
Eric Metaxas’s children’s book, Donald Drains the Swamp.
Adam Gopnik traces the “moral adventure of liberalism”.
Victor Davis Hanson’s Case for Trump.
John Milbank’s theological critique of philosophy.
Aphorisms of E.M. Cioran.
A new life of Charlemagne.
A study of Fr. Hernando Ruiz de Alarcón’s Treatise on the Heathen Superstitions That Today Live among the Indians Native to This New Spain, written in 1629 to aid the Church in evangelizing the natives of central Mexico.
This study focuses on the Otomangue languages of Oaxaca in southern Mexico, especially Zapotec, and relates their role within the Dominican program of evangelization to the larger context of cultural contact in post-conquest Mesoamerica.
The autobiographies of Michelle Obama and Stormy Daniels, which I have decided not to link.