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September/October 2008
Shakespeare is the Rorschach test of English literature.
Kathleen Norris on a forgotten deadly sin.
Andy Crouch proposes a different way for Christians to engage culture.
Three cheers for an anti-Jacksonian America.
Education and estrangement.
"How do you decide what to review?"
The first installment in a new series.
We're evangelical.
Britain after World War II.
Two cheers for the prosperity gospel.
The 2008 Cannes Film Festival.
Notes on the devolution of a franchise.
A conversation with military historian Max Hastings.
A revealing look at the diaries of Japanese student-soldiers.
The story of a forbidden love.
How the movement for women's rights got started.
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