Before the Nazis discovered gas, they killed helpless men, women and children the old-fashioned way — with guns and clubs, upclose and face to face. A disturbing new history recounts the hellish beginning of the Holocaust, and how even truly evil people can suffer the psychological consequences of their crimes.
Iain Pears writes Literature. But very, very good Literature.
By the conclusion of “Heaven on Earth” there’s only one emotion remaining for the would-be saviors who hold up the hollow promise of socialism: pity.
A review of Russian Experiences: Life in the Former USSR and Post-Soviet Russia, by "The Raven" and Marie Claire.
Dream Palace of the Arabs, says Glenn Frazier, is a fascinating, sad look at a lost generation of Arab intellectuals. It's not for everyone, but maybe it's for you.