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Kafka the Traditionalist

He is the quintessential “experimental modernist,” right? W.H. Auden didn’t think so.
E.J. Hutchinson August 6, 2019

The Bad Biographer’s Tale

A new account of the life of Chaucer is brought low by its author's postmodern abstractions and disdain for the Church.
A.M. Juster July 31, 2019

TAC Bookshelf for the Week of July 29

From Charles V to Houellebecq, here's what our writers and editors are reading this week.
TAC Staff July 29, 2019

TAC Bookshelf for the Week of July 22

Teddy Roosevelt and the trial of the century: here's what our writers and editors are reading.
TAC Staff July 22, 2019

How to Become a Federal Criminal

The man behind @CrimeADay lets some air out of America’s ever-inflating federal criminal code.
Scott Beauchamp July 16, 2019

TAC Bookshelf for the Week of July 15

From the mysticism of Charles Williams to the sci-fi of Orson Scott Card, here is what our writers are reading this week.
TAC Staff July 15, 2019

TAC Bookshelf for the Week of July 8

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

TAC Bookshelf for the Week of July 1

Here's what our staff and writers are reading this week.
TAC Staff July 1, 2019

Michael Brendan Dougherty, American

The National Review scribe's new book is about Ireland, but he is a product of his homeland through and through.
Casey Chalk June 24, 2019

TAC Bookshelf for the Week of June 24

From the lost Vedic civilization to Saint Mark, Here's what our writers are reading this week.
TAC Staff June 24, 2019