Tag Archives: John Zmirak

Arthur Waugh and Prufrock and More

The Weekly Standard’s current issue has an article by American literary scholar William Pritchard marking the centenary of T S Eliot’s first collection of poems–Prufrock and Other Observations. The lead poem in the slim volume of twelveĀ was “The Love Song … Continue reading

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Rex Mottram, the Weather Forecast and Papal Infallibility

Rex Mottram’s casual acceptance of Roman Catholic dogma scores a twofer in this week’s conservative Catholic websites. Earlier in the week, it was his understanding of sacred monkeys in the Vatican that ratedĀ a mention. Now another site, The Stream, carries … Continue reading

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Waugh Novella Identified as “Conservative Page-Turner”

A conservative weblog called The Stream has published an article identifyingĀ what it considersĀ “Five Page-Turner Conservative Novels That Predicted the Mess Weā€™re In.” The article is written by journalist John Zmirak, a contributing editor to the weblog. Among the booksĀ listed is … Continue reading

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