The newest edition of Gilbert Magazine arrived yesterday. It's a good one. I haven't read it all yet, but a quick overview:
Sean Dailey informs readers of many Chesterton-themed initiatives at the high school level and Hereditas magazine, for which our Alan Capasso works.
Dale Ahlquist has a splended essay about "The Third Man," Maurice Baring, a guy who has always intrigued me.
Our Kyro has an analysis of relativism. His take? Best seen in this line, I think: "The elitists of [the dictatorship of relativism] have labelled dissent from [relativism] as a medical condition."
Mike Foster takes Smith of Wootton Major off the shelf. It's the one Tolkien book I haven't read.
And best of all: It's the movie review issue. Six movies--some old, some new, some in-between--get G's thumb up. I'd list them here, but that might ruin the surprise.
The Narrowness of Novelty
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