Robert Zaretsky offers a vivid picture of how truth telling made Weil’s life complicated.
Belief in the incarnation places suffering bodies within the realm of Christian responsibility.
The literary critic John Bayley has written a deeply affecting lament for his late wife, the philosopher and novelist Iris Murdoch, as she disappeared into the insidious fog of Alzheimer's. She died at roughly the same time the book was published, in January of this year. Yet Bayley's book is not only a threnody; it is also an epithalamium, a nuptial hymn offered in praise of their 40-some years of marriage.