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Arts and Letters
by | Sep 29, 2020

As Catholic novelists go, Evelyn Waugh is usually noted among the greats one reads when one has a thirst for…

by | Sep 16, 2020

According to Vox, Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony is now a symbol of white supremacy and classism. As Beethoven’s Fifth itself would…

by | Aug 18, 2020

HBO released the trailer for its latest streaming movie, Unpregnant, last Wednesday. Starring Haley Lu Richardson (Edge of Seventeen) and…

by | Aug 7, 2020

Disney announced Tuesday that their much-delayed live-action adaptation of Mulan will be released on September 4 with a same-day theatrical…

by | Jul 25, 2020

On Wednesday, the House of Representatives voted 305-113 to remove from the Capitol building around 20 statues of men whom…

by | Jun 27, 2020

On Monday, NBCUniversal announced that they were pulling four episodes of Tina Fey’s 30 Rock that featured characters in blackface….

by | May 18, 2020

“ ‘Painting is dead,’ people are always declaring,” writes Jerry Saltz in his new advice manual, How to Be an…

by | May 13, 2020

In his flagship work, The Closing of the American Mind, Allan Bloom writes, “It is in the nature of democracy…

by | May 12, 2020

“Why did so few heed Churchill’s warnings about Hitler in the 1930s?” A routine question, it snapped me back instantly…

by | May 9, 2020

I’ve joined the Zoom world of COVID- 19 with a vengeance. Classes that used to be up close and personal,…

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