In writing about the New Criterion’s twenty-fifth anniversary issue yesterday, I noted Mark Falcoff’s terrific essay on Eveylyn Waugh’s Black Mischief. I did not include a link because the essay is not accessible at the New Criterion site to non-subscribers, but I forgot that I had originally read the essay via the site of the American Enterprise Institute; Falcoff is AEI resident scholar emeritus.
Falcoff’s AEI page is here. It provides access to the many articles and books he has written in the course of his affiliation with AEI. AEI has posted the essay by Falcoff that runs in the September New Criterion: “Waugh’s postcolonial studies.” Also of interest in this context is Falcoff’s September 2005 New York Sun review of Pedro Sanjuan’s book on the United Nations: “A stagnant cesspool in Turtle Bay.”