Essays on Western culture ranging from the last Ice Age to the Renaissance to contemporary America’s obsessions and hysterias.
The conventional history of English force-fed to university students benefits no one but the academic textbook business and its tired stakeholders.
Only a perverted and schizophrenic society dangles sexual temptations to ever-younger people and punishes them brutally.
An atheist patiently explains why most atheists are really believers in disguise.
Historical novel set during Taiping Rebellion cultivates a richly textured English, while another captures Sir Robert Hart’s love for a Chinese woman.
The exponential growth in international tourism seen in the context of European travel and tourism stretching back a millennium.
What happens to writing when it’s fed through the political correctness machine.