The former Archbishop of Canterbury brings the teachings of a theological giant to life, in potentially life-changing ways.
Harry Mount's latest attempt to update the classics causes pleasure and pain to Henry Hopwood Phillips.
Communicant but resentful: Henry Hopwood Phillips reviews the enigmatic collected poems of Geoffrey HIll.
Henry Hopwood finds that sparks fly only intermittently in Sudhir Hazareesingh’s enquiry into the Gallic temperament
Henry Hopwood admires a book which attempts to show the enduring relevance of the Classics.
Robert Tombs's book restores meaning to an identity which refuses to be abolished says Henry Hopwood Phillips.