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TAC Bookshelf: The Reason for Those Christmas Candles

Here's what our writers and editors are reading this week.
TAC Staff December 16, 2019

Houellebecq Hunts for Meaning in Rural France

His latest novel sees another protagonist in search of hope, only to come up short.
Paul Brian December 10, 2019

TAC Bookshelf: In Defense of Margaret Atwood’s ‘Testaments’

Here's what our writers and editors are reading this week.
TAC Staff December 8, 2019

TAC Bookshelf: Those Communitarian Northumbrians

Here's what our writers and editors are reading this week.
TAC Staff December 2, 2019

Walker Percy Ponders the Joy and Risk of Naming the World

In newly published material, the late author complains that linguists can explain lots of things about language--except meaning.
Micah Mattix December 2, 2019

TAC Bookshelf: Of Christians and Liberals and Greeks

Here's what our writers and editors are reading this week.
TAC Staff November 25, 2019

The Enigma of the Arab World

A new book unlocks a magisterial history of three millennia—and language is key to understanding the Middle East.
John C. McKay November 19, 2019

TAC Bookshelf: The Bolsheviks as Religious Fanatics

Here's what our writers and editors are reading this week.
TAC Staff November 18, 2019

TAC Bookshelf: Doubting the Original Thanksgiving Story

Here's what our writers and editors are reading this week.
TAC Staff November 11, 2019

TAC Bookshelf: Time for Christians to Roll Up Their Sleeves

Here's what our editors and writers are reading this week.
TAC Staff November 4, 2019
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