Fall 1957

  • A Ballade of Villon by Galway Kinnell
  • Conservatism and the Creative Spirit by Lynn Harold Hough
  • The Progress of Modern Age by Editors


  • A Symposium on Religion and Society by Editors
  • Toward a Christian Approach in Judging Economic Systems by David Mc Cord Wright


A Symposium on Religion and Society: Christianity and Our Present Discontents

  • Berlin ’56 by Eugene Davidson
  • Childless Thought by Robert Raynolds
  • Holy Prosody and Profane by J. M. Lalley
  • Social Vivisection by Robert J. Needles
  • The Legend of King Psapho by Charles Tomlinson


  • Commentary on Dr. Morley’s “American Republic or American Empire” by William Fleming
  • Comments on Robert Dudley French by F. R. Buckley
  • Editorial Comment on Modern Age by Editors
  • News and Notes by Editors
  • Notes on Contributors by Editors
  • Select Correspondence by Editors

Modern Letters

  • Alien in the Rye by Albert Fowler
  • Daniel-Rops’ Cathedral and Crusade by Warren L. Fleischauer
  • Drummond’s The Kirk and the Continent by Russell Kirk
  • Matthew Arnold: “The Dandy Isaiah” by B.A. Smith
  • Parkin’s the Moral Basis of Burke’s Political Thought by Edmund A. Opitz

Notes from Abroad

  • Rockets and the Highlands by George Scott-Moncrieff
  • Villanelle for a Modern Warrior by Paul Roche


  • Pigeon by W.S. Merwin
  • The Spider’s Thread by Akutagawa Ryunosuke
  • Ward Two: Promenade by John Logan
  • Whispers of Fancy; or, the Meaning of Rasselas by Nicholas Joost
  • Whitehead Read Afresh by W. T. Couch

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    by Allan C. Carlson

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