I have two recent prose pieces for you this week: the latest installment of my column for The Catholic Thing, on Michel de Montaigne and the decayed vision of the modern age, and a curiously apposite review of the poet and critic William Logan's new book of literary studies, Frost's Woods, Dickinson's Nerves, which appears in the latest issue of a promising new journal called Forma. Click the logos to read.
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