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Thomas J. Farrell, Professor Emeritus  [63]

Persistent link to this collection: http://hdl.handle.net/11299/185754

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James Shapiro's 2020 Book about Shakespeare in America and Walter J. Ong's Thought

Farrell, Thomas (This version was not previously published., 2020-03)
In my 3,125-word review essay "James Shapiro's 2020 Book about Shakespeare in America and Walter J. Ong's Thought," I discuss the American Shakespeare specialist James Shapiro's book Shakespeare in a Divided America:: What ...

Patrick Boucheron's 2020 Book about Machiavelli and Walter J. Ong's Thought

Farrell, Thomas (This version was not previously published., 2020-02)
In my 4,400-word review essay "Patrick Boucheron's 2020 Book about Machiavelli and Walter J. Ong's Thought," I discuss the French historian Patrick Boucheron's fast-paced, learned, and accessible short new book Machiavelli: ...

Pope Francis' 2020 Apostolic Exhortation and Walter J. Ong's Thought

Farrell, Thomas (This version was not previously published., 2020-02)
On February 12, 2020, Pope Francis issued his new apostolic exhortation about the Amazon region -- addressed not only to practicing Catholics but also to all persons of goodwill. In my 4,000-word review essay "Pope Francis' ...

Claude Pavur's 2019 Book about Jesuit Education and Walter J. Ong's Thought

Farrell, Thomas (N/A, 2020-02)
My 5,700-word review essay is about the American Jesuit classicist Claude Pavur's 2019 book In the School of Ignatius [Loyola]: Studious Zeal and Devoted Learning (Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts: Institute of Jesuit Sources). ...

Some Thoughts about Andrew Hui's 2019 Book A Theory of the Aphorism

Farrell, Thomas (This version was not previously published., 2020-01)
In my 4,500-word review essay, I begin with an overview of Andrew Hui's 2019 book A Theory of the Aphorism: From Confucius to Twitter (Princeton University Press). I then pivot to discussing certain related scholarly work, ...

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