In nearly every class I teach–whether it’s about western civilization, the American founding, or Christian Humanism–I talk about the natural (supposedly) cycles of life, the seasons, and republics. If you’re interested, here are my favorite quotes and art… Read More
T.E. Hulme’s posthumous masterpiece, SPECULATIONS. Hulme was the first conservative of the twentieth-century, influencing almost too many figures to count–but most importantly T.S. Eliot and Christopher Dawson. First published in 1924, almost a decade after Hulme’s death in… Read More
Great issue of the University Bookman. Featuring an article by Father James Schall and a review of Kirk’s book on T.S. Eliot. university bookman (Spring 1972)
rak two plays 1953
sewanee on humanism 1930
Enjoy! tse experiment in criticism tse literature of fascism tse planning and religion tse man of letters tse tradition and orthodoxy tse english tradition
Certainly, one of Eliot’s greatest works, despite one unfortunate remark–which Eliot himself regretted. Still, well worth reading. Enjoy. tse after strange gods As always, my apologies for my marginalia and notes.