Julian Green — A Turbulent Passage — from Crisis Magazine, Feb. 1, 1996.

Julian Green—A Turbulent Passage The penultimate volume of Julian Green’s four-part autobiography, anglicized as Love In America, borrows its haunting epigraph from Francois Villon, “In my own country I am in a distant land.” Certainly, no writer’s personal situation was ever more appropriately limned by this striking verse than that of Julian Green. Born ninety-five… Continue reading Julian Green — A Turbulent Passage — from Crisis Magazine, Feb. 1, 1996.

Columns & Articles, Crisis Magazine, 1996

Deal W. Hudson Sed Contra: The Whole Story January 1, 1996 During four years of college and seven of graduate school, most of it in philosophy and theology, I heard only one lecture on virtue — the virtue of art. Thus I consider it miraculous that the language of virtue has returned to public discourse.… Continue reading Columns & Articles, Crisis Magazine, 1996