• Homage to Edward Abbey
    In Our Time
    March 2019

    Homage to Edward Abbey

    The March issue of Chronicles coincides with the 30th anniversary of the passing of novelist, essayist, poet, and conservationist Edward Abbey.
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  • Glimpses Delightful and Rare
    Reviews
    February 2019

    Glimpses Delightful and Rare

    One of the root problems facing our beleaguered world is that many of our contemporaries are belaboring the past as a burden, believing that the legacy and traditions of Western Civilization are a millstone around modernity’s neck.
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  • Too Dangerous to Read
    Column
    December 2018

    Too Dangerous to Read

    I offer a moral dilemma. Are there books or fictional works so dangerous that they should not be taught in school or college, and that should as far as possible be kept from a general audience?
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  • Out of Troy
    Reviews
    December 2018

    Out of Troy

    Author of several novels and a memorable autobiographical work entitled Our Father’s Fields (1998), as well as a leading light of the Abbeville Institute, James Kibler has produced in the present work an indispensable study of the classical...
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  • What Good Poetry Can Be
    Editorials
    October 2018

    What Good Poetry Can Be

    A long and distinguished literary career ended on June 23, 2018, with the death of New England poet Donald Hall. A versatile and prolific author, he served in 2006-07 as poet laureate of the United States.
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  • “Yet Britain Set the World Ablaze . . . ”
    Reviews
    October 2018

    “Yet Britain Set the World Ablaze . . . ”

    The untidy title—the “century” is really a century-and-a-bit—signals the complexity of that far-off, still close country so sentimentalized by the right and impugned by the left.
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