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Author Archives: Karl Wolff

Book Review: Miss Lonelyhearts & The Day of the Locust by Nathanael West

Nathanael West writes apocalyptic satires about New York City and Hollywood. Read More »

Book Review: Jesus of Nazareth by Paul Verhoeven

The director of Starship Troopers offers his views on Jesus as a historical figure. Read More »

Book Review: Gilead by Marilynne Robinson

A deceptively short novel about an old Iowa preacher writing to his son. Read More »

Book Review: Capital: Volume One: A Critique of Political Economy (1867) by Karl Marx

A look at the classic work on economics explaining how capitalism works. Read More »

Book Review: The Turner Diaries by Andrew Macdonald

A dangerous book espousing racist rhetoric and an implausible plot. Read More »

Book Review: Mechanicum (The Horus Heresy, Book Nine) by Graham McNeill

Titans and Space Marines battle in the latest installment of the Horus Heresy series. Read More »

Book Review: Strange Days Indeed: The Golden Age of Paranoia by Francis Wheen

A darkly humorous examination of the paranoid Seventies in politics, film, and literature. Read More »

Book Review: I Think, Therefore Who Am I?: Memoir of a Psychedelic Year by Peter Weissman

A memoir of a single year by a youthful observer. Read More »

Book Review: Liver: A Fictional Organ with a Surface Anatomy of Four Lobes by Will Self

Four interconnected stories focus on the liver, a bodily organ with four interconnected lobes. Read More »

Book Review: Sex Scandal America: Politics & the Ritual of Public Shaming, by David Rosen

Dave Rosen writes a scholarly book on the sexual history of America. Read More »