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    Literary Essays by Sean Gabb The Hampden Press London, August 2011 ISBN: 978 1 4478 1728 4 £9.99 (hard copy) (£2.02 (Kindle) Litcover.jpg
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      Literary Essays
      by Sean Gabb
      The Hampden Press
      London, August 2011
      ISBN: 978 1 4478 1728 4
      £9.99 (hard copy)
      (£2.02 (Kindle)

      Litcover.jpg <http://www.lulu.com/product/paperback/literary-essays/16582652>Why bother learning Latin? How did the Romans pronounce Greek? Should the Elgin Marbles be handed over to the Modern Greeks? Did the ancients have market economies? Should Epicurus be venerated above Plato and Aristotle? Why is Carol Ann Duffy not even a bad poet? What makes Macaulay a great historian and L. Neil Smith a great science fiction novelist? Why is The Daily Mail—easily the best newspaper in England—not fit for wrapping fish and chips?

      Sean Gabb deals with these and other issues in this collection of essays. Lively and provocative, they are written for every lover of ancient or modern literature.

      Pre-publication comments on this book:

      “A brightly shining exception to the observations of Lord Acton, Sean is not just a great man, he is a good man. If there were a thousand of him, even a hundred, we could have a decent, livable society tomorrow. We probably will, in the end, and when we do, a very large part of that victory will be his own to claim.” L. Neil Smith, best-selling author of The Probability Broach and 30 other novels.

      “Libertarians have sound ideas but are not always great writers, and are not usually authorities on literature and literary matters. Rarer still is the literary essayist who is not confused or ignorant about politics and economics. It is thus refreshing to encounter Sean Gabb’s literary writing. A long-time libertarian activist and writer who is also a superb novelist and literary essayist, an honest and clear writer, he is our modern libertarian man of letters. This splendid and sparkling collection of essays provides fascinating insights into literature and other literary topics, without the typical leftist baggage and economic illiteracy.” Stephan Kinsella, Editor, Libertarian Papers; Senior Fellow, Ludwig von Mises Institute

      Sean Gabb is a writer and broadcaster whose books have been translated into Italian, Spanish, Greek, Hungarian, Slovak and Chinese. He is also Director of the Libertarian Alliance. He lives in Kent with his wife and daughter.

      Cover: Portrait of Artemidorus, a Græco-Egyptian youth who may have been knocked on the head around 120 AD, and whose mummy is now in the British Museum.


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      Sean Gabb
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      What would England and the world have been like in 1959 if there had been no Second World War? For one possible answer, read Sean Gabb's new novel "The Churchill Memorandum". If you like Bulldog Drummond and Biggles and the early James Bond, this will be right up your street: http://tinyurl.com/39lpade <http://tinyurl.com/39lpade>. Don't be frightened of the TinyURL - the original is just too long for a sig file.


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