Listed below are a few of our favorite Anthony Daniels/Theodore Dalrymple essays that are available online. The Speeches and Interviews page also serves as a quick introduction to his work, but there is no substitute for reading. Where noted, purchase is required — and well worth it, as these are all excellent publications.
- What is Poverty? City Journal; Spring 1999
- Exposing Shallowness The New Criterion; June 2000
- All Sex, All the Time City Journal; Summer 2000
- When Islam Breaks Down City Journal; Spring 2004
- The Perils of Activism: Ken Saro-Wiwa The New Criterion; January 2000
- Reticence or Insincerity, Rattigan or Pinter The New Criterion; November 2000 ($3 purchase required)
- Looking For Boundaries National Review; June 20, 2005 ($1.95 purchase required)
- The Wilder Shores of Marx (excerpt) Hutchinson; April 4, 1991
- Fool or Physician (excerpt) John Murray Publishers Ltd; April, 1989
Note: For the New Criterion, you can also purchase an online subscription to the entire website (which includes over 70 Anthony Daniels/Theodore Dalrymple essays) for only $38. Better yet, purchase a print subscription to the magazine for only a little more and get the online access for free.
For National Review, you can access their archives by purchasing 4 articles for $4.95, 10 articles for $9.95 or buy one-year unlimited access to their entire archives for only $99.95.
Please. We have got to get Dr Daniels to comment on this CDC study that says if get the Ovid vaccine your all cause mortality drops to 72%, death from all diseases drops to zero, and your chance of dying from accident decreases. I’m assuming if you get regular boosters you live forever.