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Don Quixote, Miss Havisham, and the Islamists

Friday, December 19, 2008  |  posted by Hugh Hewitt
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I am in studio this morning taping the second installment of the “Learning to Love The Great Books” series with Professor David Allen White. Today’s conversation will cover the introduction to Cervantes’ Don Quixote and Dickens’ Great Expectations. The program will be available in the online store within a day or so.

The first program, covering Tolstoy’s War and Peace and Melville’s Moby Dick is here.

Learning to Love the Great Books-Conversation 1-War and Peace and Moby Dick

Sadly, given what Stratfor has been writing in its three part-series on the growing tension between Pakistan and India and Reuel Marc Gerecht’s recent chilling piece on Islamist terror networks within Pakistan, the item you may most need from the store is The War Against the West.

The War Against the West

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