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Andrew HamiltonEssays

Gap-toothed Blacks laughing at Archie Lee as Baby Doll berates him. by Andrew Hamilton IN A recent essay about playwright Tennessee Williams and Greek American director Elia Kazan’s flagrantly anti-Southern motion picture Baby Doll (1956) I observed in passing that Blacks are present as furniture,…
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Andrew HamiltonEssays

“Talk about genetic deficiencies.” Inbred idiot savant Lonnie in the famous “dueling banjos” scene from Hollywood’s 1972 filmization of Atlanta-born James Dickey’s novel Deliverance. Dickey wrote the screenplay and appeared in a bit part as a redneck sheriff. The music was arranged and recorded…
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Andrew HamiltonEssays

The 1956 premiere of playwright Tennessee Williams’ anti-Southern film Baby Doll. by Andrew Hamilton SOUTHERN playwright Tennessee Williams, “a descendant of hardy East Tennessee pioneer stock,” is considered, together with Irish American Eugene O’Neill, and Jewish Arthur Miller, to…
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Douglas MercerEssays

Max Horkheimer by Douglas Mercer “THE White race is the cancer of history,” said Susan Sontag who was born Susan Rosenblatt in New York City, the daughter of Mildred (née Jacobson) and Jack Rosenblatt, both Jews from Lithuania and Poland. “Susan Sontag” So little Susie Rosenblatt,…
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Essays

by James Harting MY PREVIOUS POST, Robert E. Howard’s story “The Last White Man,” proved very popular. Here is a stray thought or two that I had concerning Howard’s most-famous character, Conan the Barbarian. Although it was not published until 1967 (31 years after Howard’s…
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Fiction

by Lord Dunsany MY FRIEND, Mr. Douglas Ainslie, tells me that Sir James Barrie once told him this story. The story, or rather the fragment, was as follows. A man strolling into an auction somewhere abroad, I think it must have been France, for they bid in francs, found they were selling old clothes. And…
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Fiction

by Robert E. Howard THE MAN SHIVERED in the coolness of the early morning. He shifted his body to relieve the pressure on his elbows. Cautiously he peered up over the great boulder in front of him, and down the mountain side. Fire twinkled there and the man cursed. An obscene song floated up to him and his…
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CommentaryEssays

by Robert Stuart IN HIS most recent book Individualism and the Western Liberal Tradition (2019), Kevin MacDonald writes that, alone among the races, Whites are prone to forming what he calls “moral communities” which take the place of kinship communities. We see this in the anti-White…
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Douglas MercerEssays

Gorman by Douglas Mercer SHE’S YOUNG and she’s jet black! She’s beautiful! — that is, if you like that Lower Paleolithic look. She’s Black and she’s a poet! Why, she’s the Black Shakespeare! Better than Shakespeare really, because he’s a dead…
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Andrew HamiltonEssays

A quintessential Yankee poem by New England’s quintessential Yankee poet by Andrew Hamilton DISCUSSING Robert Frost’s collection Steeple Bush in the New York Times upon its release in 1947, poet Randall Jarrell devoted the bulk of his review to quoting and summarizing just one poem, “Directive,”…
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