Kristin Lavransdatter by Sigrid Undset

Sigrid Undset’s masterpiece is actually a trilogy.

Light in August by William Faulkner

“Light in August” (1932) is set in the American South during the era of racial segregation and is focused chiefly on a protagonist named Joe Christmas.

Deliverance by James Dickey

Anyone who has spent a night or two in the wilderness knows that there is always a potential for danger.

Aristotle for Everybody by Mortimer J. Adler

I have a certain rule of thumb with respect to the great philosophers of the past...

A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man by James Joyce

James Joyce (1882—1941) was one of the greatest literary geniuses of the twentieth century.

Bashō’s Narrow Road to the Deep North

I was a young man and about to begin four years of military service when I came across a haiku poem that struck me profoundly:

No Country for Old Men by Cormac McCarthy

‘I think if you were Satan and you were settin around tryin to think up somethin that would just ...


Similar to Emily Bronte, Sappho fascinates men and women from all over the world. Perhaps this is due to certain combinations that are very much present in the works of these two gifted artists:

Ramona: The Most Important Woman in the History of Southern California

While at an estate sale here in Fullerton, I happened upon an old book written by Helen Hunt Jackson first published in 1884, the name: Ramona.

The Priests of J. F. Powers

Though James Farl Powers (1917—1999) focused his fiction on a variety of subjects, he is best known for his depictions of Catholic priests.



To Be Alive

We gaze upon the eyes of uncertainties in life, with each of our moments passing through our hearts