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Books & Culture Archives
November/December 2015
It ain't easy.
Women and the priesthood.
Greek tragedy and war veterans.
The legacy of Richard Twiss.
Jacques Ellul's home Bible studies—and the light they shed on his work as a whole.
How believers in the first millennium read non-canonical texts.
Scholarly clickbait.
From cuneiform to computer keystrokes.
A splendid field guide to trees, best used at your desk.
Mark Noll on the Bible in public life.
Why he lost his head.
Micromanaging an empire.
Bernard Bailyn's prescriptions.
The death of Patrice Lumumba.
A symposium 25 years on.
The stories of Lucia Berlin.
A great-granddaughter assembles fragments of a lost history.
The rise of the novel and the modern self.
Emily Brontë's "Wuthering Heights," annotated.
How the novelist's "Autobiography" has been misread.
Crying from the heart.
Scott Cairns' collected poems.
This primer suffers from a severe case of ADHD.
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