Much Acclaim About Almost NothingJune 19, 2013 | Lindsay Marshall
Much Ado About Nothing is easy bait for would-be Shakespeareans. The low-hanging fruit of the comedies, it is the most translatable to a modern audience because of the simplicity of its plot and characters. In some …
Fitted for the Grasping of TruthMarch 1, 2013 | Cinema & New Media Arts
Martin Luther, Letter to Eoban Hess
“I am persuaded that without knowledge of literature pure theology cannot at all endure, just as heretofore, when letters have declined and lain prostrate, theology too, has wretchedly fallen …
The Limits of FictionFebruary 12, 2013 | Cinema & New Media Arts
Today, Wheaton College professor and writer Alan Jacobs describes his views on the powers and limits of literature over at The American Conservative. What do you think?
So yesterday Teju Cole posted this reflection on …