joseph pearce newman

Everything Joe writes is brilliant. I know of no exceptions.  Indeed, I consider him our greatest living biographer.

Here, at Carl Olson’s Ignatius Insight, Joe explains the significance of Newman.

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Joseph Pearce, is a Senior Contributor to The Imaginative Conservative  and writer in residence at Thomas More College in New Hampshire, is the author of eighteen books. His works include: G.K. Chesterton: Wisdom and InnocenceLiterary ConvertsTolkien: Man and MythSolzhenitsyn: A Soul in ExileThe Quest for Shakespeare, and Old Thunder: A Life of Hilaire Belloc. Mr. Pearce has four new books due to be published fall 2013. He is the series editor of the Ignatius Critical Editions, which focuses on traditional readings of the classics of world literature; he is also executive director of Catholic Courses, and editor of the St. Austin Review. Mr. Pearce has hosted two thirteen-part television series for EWTN on Shakespeare’s Catholicism, and is in the midst of filming special documentaries for EWTN on Tolkien and The Lord of the Rings.

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