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Philip Glassborow
Adapting George MacDonald for radio.
Thomas Hibbs
Why Donnie Darko is a favorite film on college campuses.
Frederica Mathewes-Green
The curiously compelling saga of Tarzan.
Bruce Kuklick
A geographical history of America.
Allen C. Guelzo
Which Jonathan Edwards?
Jason Byassee
A new biography of Saint Augustine.
David Marshall
A fairy tale.
Cindy Crosby
Beth Kephart's garden walks.
Laurance Wieder
A new translation of Don Quixote.
Roger Lundin
Melville and the crisis of moral authority.
John Wilson
Betty Smartt Carter
A bittersweet exodus from fundamentalism.
Robert Siegel
Philip Yancey
Probing a fathomless mystery.
Crystal Downing
War of the Worlds—the remix.
Andy Crouch
The Who Boys, the Beastles, and the Bible.
Mark Noll
Dilemmas at the center, insights from the margins.
Daniel Taylor
Reflections on The Waste Land.
Susan Wise Bauer
Bret Lott's The Difference Between Women and Men.
Lauren F. Winner
The unobtrusive perfection of Charlotte's Web.
Brooke Allen
Ogden Nash and the lost tradition of light verse.
C. Stephen Evans
The life and art of P. G. Wodehouse.
Virginia Stem Owens
I did not want to make life-or-death decisions for my mother.
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