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    Quote Originally Posted by Ransom View Post
    Landscape Turned Red. Stephen Sears.
    Engaging. Good account of the Battle of Antietam.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister D View Post
    I took a long hiatus. I just recently picked up Thinkers Against Modernity which is a short survey of writers, such as Ernst Junger, Nietzsche, and GK Chesterton who, while very different men, all shared anti-modern themes.

    Next up may me the Metaphysics of War by Julius Evola or Quest for Community by Robert Nisbet. @Chris i finally picked that up.

    Great book. The opening introductory chapter is too vague, but after that it gets much better.

    Just finished Preston's book a few weeks ago.
    Edmund Burke: "In vain you tell me that Artificial Government is good, but that I fall out only with the Abuse. The Thing! the Thing itself is the Abuse!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    Great book. The opening introductory chapter is too vague, but after that it gets much better.

    Just finished Preston's book a few weeks ago.
    Looking forward to it. I don't know...for the past 4 or 5 weeks I just haven't felt like reading anything in depth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister D View Post
    Looking forward to it. I don't know...for the past 4 or 5 weeks I just haven't felt like reading anything in depth.
    I get that way at times but just push through it. Generally, I read half a dozen books at a time, from light to heavy. When I'm not so much into it I read the light ones. That right now is Davies's Europe. The heavy is Gauchet's Disenchantment--heavy because of French rhetorical style. Midway is Bell's Marxian Socialism in the United States.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    I get that way at times but just push through it. Generally, I read half a dozen books at a time, from light to heavy. When I'm not so much into it I read the light ones. That right now is Davies's Europe. The heavy is Gauchet's Disenchantment--heavy because of French rhetorical style. Midway is Bell's Marxian Socialism in the United States.
    Isn't Europe massive?
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