Tag: Literature

Timelessness and “Times Square” ~ The Imaginative Conservative

By Joseph Pearce “Times Square and Other Stories” by William Baer, a man and writer who is truly alive in the presence of the past, is storytelling at its best, both compelling and contemplative. Those who take up this volume will be changed for… Continue Reading “Timelessness and “Times Square” ~ The Imaginative Conservative”

Leo Tolstoy’s Napoleon: Slave of History ~ The Imaginative Conservative

By David J. Gilbert Leo Tolstoy shows us the character of Napoleon and shows us the hope of near-repentance, and the devastatingly fearful return to a world of artificial phantoms… — Read on theimaginativeconservative.org/2018/06/leo-tolstoy-napoleon-slave-history-david-j-gilbert.html

Prometheus Unbound: Mary Shelley’s Admonishment About Scientism ~ The Imaginative Conservative

By Drew Maglio Mary Shelley was perhaps the first to illuminate modernity’s insatiable appetite for temporal progress. Today humanity continues its quest to maximize its knowledge, not to attain truth, but in a bid to achieve a new age of heaven on earth, powered… Continue Reading “Prometheus Unbound: Mary Shelley’s Admonishment About Scientism ~ The Imaginative Conservative”

Clarity and Obscurity: The Essences of Classical & Modern Poetry ~ The Imaginative Conservative

By Adam Sedia As a sustained artistic school, modernism cannot endure. But classical art is eternal because the ideas it expresses are eternal. A resurrection of classical form does not represent a return to the past, real or imagined, but instead a return to… Continue Reading “Clarity and Obscurity: The Essences of Classical & Modern Poetry ~ The Imaginative Conservative”

Likely Stories: A Bedrock of Classical Education ~ The Imaginative Conservative

By Kate Deddens — Read on theimaginativeconservative.org/2021/07/likely-stories-bedrock-classical-education-kate-deddens.html

Among the Paynim: Jalaludin Rumi and the Sufi’s Riddle – The Imaginative Conservative: Stephen Masty

We are each so wrapped up in earthly desires that you may miss a sunset cloudbank that no one else in town bothers to notice, which God created just for you and you alone to see today—just to tell you that He is still… Continue Reading “Among the Paynim: Jalaludin Rumi and the Sufi’s Riddle – The Imaginative Conservative: Stephen Masty”

“The Tuft of Flowers” ~ The Imaginative Conservative: Robert Frost

By Robert Frost I went to turn the grass once after one / Who mowed it in the dew before the sun. / The dew was gone that made his blade so keen / Before I came to view the levelled scene… (poem by… Continue Reading ““The Tuft of Flowers” ~ The Imaginative Conservative: Robert Frost”

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