E-Book/E-Text Announcements: October 2004 Archives



In Praise of the New Knighthood St. Bernard of Clairvaux

Poems Jonathan Swift

The Primitive Rule of the Templars

The Hawaiian Romance Of Laieikawai

Youth and the Bright Medusa--Willa Cather

The Tatler, Vol I Addison and Steele

The Complete Studies in the Psychology of Sex--Havelock Ellis--the beginning of the slippery slope in the twentieth Century. Unfortunately more influential that Freud.

The Nonsence Verse of Edward Lear

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Elizabethan Authors



Featuring a far-too-annotated Thomas Kyd The Spanish Tragedy along with some unfortunately modernized John Lyly--why can't people leave things alone. Yes, they're tough to read in the original, but it give the brain a little work to do and you have a sense of the author you don't get when people go fiddling with the texts. Well, for better or worse:

If 'tis done when 'twere done
'tis best 'twere done quickly.


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Val d'Arno: Ten Lectures on the Tuscan Art Directly Antecedent to the Florentine Year of Victories -- John Ruskin--Prince of the Victorian Critics, if something of an aesthete.

Also Queen of the Air

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From a correspondent--an extremely interesting site with everything you always wanted to know about Jansenism but were afraid to ask. Note the inclusion of a PDF of Fr. Garrigou-Lagrange's Grace, being a Thomistic explanation of the doctrine of Grace &c.

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