Friday, January 21, 2005


Roger Scruton on The power of resentment and Fred Halliday's Terrorism and world politics.

And something sure to please our planet's most discerning and discriminating; a must for agreeable temperaments because it has everything--frog eaters, wooden shoes, jackals, wild dogs, roast beef, slaughterhouses, poisonous gasses and putrefaction. Charles Dickens's A Monument of French Folly.

Last but not least, an Old Iranian short story for you. Minoo Southgate's translation of Gowhartaj's Father by Mahmud Kianush.

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