Nowhere Man

In the November issue of New Criterion, Theodore Dalrymple reviews A.N. Wilson’s autobiography, which ultimately does not deliver on providing the reader with a better understanding of this prolific writer’s character.

Wilson is a skilled writer and a learned man drawn by nature to arcana; he has many gifts, and yet one feels that something is missing. If I am not mistaken, he feels this himself.

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