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Number of Pages: 288
Publication Date: 2012
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Perceptive and charming, this consideration provides insightful new meanings gleaned from classic works of literature. From immortal characters such as Don Quixote and Huckleberry Finn to revered writers who include Robert Frost and William Shakespeare, ethical qualities are lauded for their contemporary relevance and importance in today’s world. With eloquent prose, the virtuous aspects of popular, fictitious characters are discovered—creating an excitement for wholesome traits and a joy of literature. Readers of faith will especially delight in the spiritual affirmations resonating within beloved masterworks from history’s great minds.
Mitchell Kalpakgian is a writer, a tutor, and a professor of humanities. He is the author of An American Family Reunion, The Lost Arts of Modern Civilization, and Mysteries of Life in Children’s Literature. He is a contributor for Catholic Faith, Culture Wars magazine, Homiletic and Pastoral Review, and the New Oxford Review. He lives in Warner, New Hampshire.
"Reading Dr. Kalpakgian is like being served an exquisite new wine made from grapes in your own backyard or uncovering an ancient and mysterious map that happens to be of your own country. It is a discovery, a delight, and an adventure among things that are right in front of you. It is the excitement of tradition, the love of family, the joy of literature, and the realization that this vale of tears has been touched by a good and beautiful God who loves us." —John M. DeJak, Dean and Latin Teacher, Saint Agnes School, St. Paul MN & Director, The Wanderer Forum Foundation
"Mitchell Kalpakgian has a unique knack for drawing out that kernel of eternal truth that gives meaning and purpose to the human experience." —Pieter Vree, editor, New Oxford Review