Issue: Summer 2023
David Daintree, Director of the Christopher Dawson Centre in Hobart, recalls the power of music in a wartime prison camp revealed in the Bruce Beresford movie, Paradise Road.
A recent reviewer of a scholarly book on Charles Dickens described Chesterton as”the greatest Dickens commentator”. Karl Schmude explains why.
Garry Nieuwkamp draws an instructive comparison between Chesterton’s Everlasting Man and C.S. Lewis’ Abolition of Man.
Gary Furnell reviews the comprehensive guide to Catholic literature provided by Joseph Pearce’s recent book.
John Young highlights the crucial influence of Maisie Ward, Frances Chesterton and Raissa Maritain on their better known husbands.
Karl Schmude probes the hidden depths – and the continuing significance – of Chesterton’s great narrative poem, The Ballad of the White Horse.