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The Great Tower of Elfland

The Great Tower of Elfland

Beginning in the mid-1950s, scholars proposed that the Inklings were a unified group centered on fantasy, imagination, and Christianity. Scholars and a few Inklings themselves supported the premise until 1978, when Humphrey Carpenter wrote the first major biography of the ...

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The Killing of Julia Wallace

The Killing of Julia Wallace

The brutal murder of Julia Wallace in 1931 became one of Britain’s great unsolved murders. People began arguing about the case almost immediately and continue to do so to this day. Julia was the middle-aged wife of a mildmannered Liverpool ...

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Retired, Rehabbed, Reborn

Retired, Rehabbed, Reborn

Each year in the United States, hundreds of religious buildings and schools become vacant or underutilized as congregations and populations merge, move, or diminish. These structures are often well located, attractive, eligible for tax credits, and available for redevelopment. In ...

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Punctum:

Punctum:

“In Punctum:, Lesley Jenike’s new collection, she writes, ‘It’s our language: what can we call a thing / that is and is not.’ These poems are haunted by a ‘non-child,’ a child who was not to be born, and with ...

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The Complete Funky Winkerbean, Volume 6, 1987–1989

The Complete Funky Winkerbean, Volume 6, 1987–1989

In this sixth volume, we see the changes in tone that now characterize Funky Winkerbean. The story arcs increasingly intertwine to mark the shift from the simple sitcom mode to a more complex narrative with subplots. At this point in ...

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Reading Hemingway’s To Have and Have Not

Reading Hemingway's To Have and Have Not

Published in 1937, Ernest Hemingway’s To Have and Have Not is that rare example of a novel whose cultural impact far outweighs its critical reputation. Long criticized for its fragmented form, its ham-fisted approach to politics, and its hard-boiled obsession ...

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Beautifully illustrated with color photographs, Ohio’s Craft Beers takes readers on a lively tour of more than 40 of Ohio’s larger and more influential breweries and provides detailed descriptions of most of the others.