Culture and Anarchy is a series of periodical essays by Matthew Arnold, first published in Cornhill Magazine 1867-68 and collected as a book in 1869. Arnold's famous piece of writing on culture established his High Victorian cultural agenda which remained dominant in debate from the 1860s until the 1950s. According to his view advanced in the book, ‘Culture [...] is a study of perfection’.
Ranked No. 1,981 in the world amateur golf rankings, Nick Carlson made a surprising run to the semifinals at the U.S. Amateur tournament in August. After that, the 20-year-old returned to University of Michigan, where he’s on the golf team, only to be told that he had mail waiting for him at the Ravines Golf Club in Saugatuck, Mich., where he worked over the summer.
In The True Meaning of Easter, the story of the Passion, Death, and Resurrection of Jesus is recounted in the magnificent words of the traditional Catholic translation of the Bible, supported by Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen's teaching, and underscored by the timeless beauty of Gregorian chant and sweeping orchestral music.
"A brief, but potent explanation of the Passion"
Poetry can capture the imagination in a few short lines but narrative verse or poetry takes the form of telling a story whether it be simple or complex in a longer form. Among the most ancient forms of poetry, it has widespread roots through almost every culture. In Volume 2 we bring you the classics 'Sohrab and Rustum' by Matthew Arnold, 'The Prisoner of Chillon' by Lord Byron, and 'Faithless Sally Brown' by Thomas Hood. They are read for you by the renowned actors Sean Barrett and David Shaw-Parker.
The Great Northwest isn't just Seattle and Portland. It ranges from the misty, artistic nerd havens of the coast to the deserts, forests, and cowboy country of Idaho and Montana to the vast expanse of Alaska. Jackie Kashian guides us on a sound collage of the Great Northwest that tackles this strange collection of independent spirits and incredible landscapes, but...in a funny way, people.
In The True Meaning of Christmas, the story of the Nativity is recounted in the magnificent words of the traditional Catholic translation of the Bible, supported by Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen's teaching, and underscored by the timeless beauty of Gregorian chant and sweeping orchestral music.