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Catharine Savage Brosman is an American poet, essayist, and scholar of French literature. She is professor emerita at Tulane University, where she held the Gore Chair in French.
Amis conveys the norm of Nazi thinking and actions, truly capturing what Hannah Arendt described as the “banality of evil.”
Catharine Brosman reviews James Holland's examination of the Sicilian campaign of WWII.
Our contributors review some modern classics: Martin Amis's The Zone of Interest and Pierre Gaxotte's The French Revolution.
Catharine Savage Brosman reviews James Holland's book Sicily 43' recounting the first assault on "Fortress Europe."
Reviews of Julien Langella's book on the compatibility of Catholicism and nationalism, Catholic & Indentitarian, and Sicily '43, James Holland's examination of the Sicilian campaign of WWII.
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