In a lecture to the Law Society in October 2013, Lord Justice Munby said that the accepted sexual mores of the 1960s are as distant to modern Britain as ancient civilisations such as ‘Nineveh or Babylon’.
Niall Leahy SJ extols the virtues of Dostoevsky's classic, 'The Brothers Karamazov': 'a number of life stories, all nestling comfortably within the big Story of Life.'
R.S. Thomas was many things – craggy, awkward and Welsh. The extraordinary poetry of this Anglican priest does not justify, comfort or decorate, but struggles to stay in touch with truth.
Edel McClean pays tribute to Seamus Heaney whose death on 30 August 2013, according to his fellow poet, Don Paterson, 'seems to have left a breach in the language itself'.
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