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Reviews

Reviews and criticisms of classic and contemporary literature, movies and art, including the occasional review of the slightly offbeat, fill this section.

 
 Cinema Paradiso: a Movie Buff's Paradise by Dr. Emanuel Paparella
I am currently in the process of preparing a syllabus for a course on Italian Cinema titled "Italian Film: from Roberto Rossellini to Roberto Benigni," to be added to the curriculum of next year's summer program in Urbino. The syllabus includes all
 
 Two books on the Nexus between Science, Religion, Nature and Humanity by Dr. Emanuel Paparella
The Templeton Press has just issued an exciting book edited by James D. Proctor and titled Envisioning Nature, Science, and Religion which greatly enhances the ongoing science and religion dialogue. It echoes another In fact this book can be considered a
 
 The art of the flower by David Sparenberg
It is my view that the three greatest personage of theater are these: Sophocles, Shakespeare and Zeami Motokiyo, also referred to as Kanze Zeami. Nothing has come down to us from Sophocles on the Thespian Art. From Shakespeare we have only the lines spo
 
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 Finding God in the shack by Jack Wellman
The Shack, by William P. Young, has been a bestseller. It has also been a lightning rod for criticism and unfairly so, I believe. I reviewed The Shack in 2008. But what I didn't know was that there is much more to this book than meets the eye. Much of it
 
 Vocabularies of dreams by David Sparenberg
With his forthcoming, Robert Moss challenges his readers with such provocative questions as, "What happens when the imagination is driven underground?"
 
 On the Waterfront: Definitely a contender by Asa Butcher
Even if you have committed a major film sin by never watching 'On the Waterfront' you will still be familiar with the "I coulda had class. I coulda been a contender."
 
 Talk like a Pirate Day: The Princess Bride by Asa Butcher
Today, me hearties, is International Talk like a Pirate Day and I am honouring one of the Dread Pirate Roberts from Rob Reiner's 1987 classic 'The Princess Bride' - no, this isn't a kissing film, well not entirely!
 
 On the Element of Fire by David Sparenberg
One goes to history for a reason. Perhaps the best of all reasons is a personal connection, so that a seeker may come to better understand what to expect and evaluate how life got to where life is.
 
 Human weather: Destruction, Suffering & God by David Sparenberg
There are two things that should be said about this author at the beginning of any informed discussion: first, he is brilliant, secondly, he is genuine. Michael Eigen is actually Dr. Eigen, a New York psychologist and psychoanalyst.
 
 THEN & NOW: War and Terror from Algeria to Iraq by David Sparenberg
Originally reviewed in 2007, here is my editorial and review of 'Albert Camus, the Algerian: Colonialism, Terrorism, Justice' by David Carroll.
 
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