Sunday, September 30, 2012

Reading Rat September 2012

On authors and works in my recommended reading:
The Christian Personalism of Jacques Maritain, by Donald DeMarco, Faith & Reason, Summer 1991

Wilde’s Library, by Michael Shae, review of Built of Books: How Reading Defined the Life of Oscar Wilde, by Thomas Wright, The New York Times, August 6, 2009

The Shock of the New: A Clockwork Orange at 50, by Martin Amis, The New York Times, August 31, 2012

Begin Afresh, by Franklin Freeman, review of The Complete Poems, by Philip Larkin, edited by Archie Burnett, America, September 10, 2012

Gore Vidal, 1925–2012, by John Simon, The New Criterion, September 2012

Wasting Away Again in Master and Margaritaville, Dr. Sketchy's Anti-Art School, August 2, 2010

This Day in Legal History—September 28, 1918, by Scott C. Idleman, Marquette Law Faculty blog, September 28, 2012

Shylock’s Conversion, by Gorman Beauchamp, Humanitas 2011 [pdf]

Frederick Jackson Turner and the 'Gospel of Wealth', by Joshua Derman, The Concord Review, Spring 1995 [pdf]

Unpublished portions of the original text of Karl Marx (1939), by Isaiah Berlin [pdf]

Japanese Literature for the High School Classroom: An annotated bibliography, compiled and edited by the Educational Outreach Department, Japan Society [doc]

Walker Percy at YouTube

Right To Privacy Not Guaranteed By Constitution, Says Supreme Court Justice Peeking In Bathroom, The Onion

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