Beauty Will Save the World: Recovering the Human in an Ideological Age
by Gregory Wolfe
(278 pages, $29.95, hardcover)
reviewed by Franklin Freeman
Reading Gregory Wolfe’s Beauty Will Save the World, I was reminded more than once of a movie, The Lives of Others (2006), that William F. Buckley, Jr., said was the best he had ever seen. In that movie, an East German secret police (Stasi) officer is assigned to spy on a famous playwright. This officer, Wiesler, is a true believer in Communism, unflinching in his ruthlessness, if needed, in interrogation, and . . .
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