An art review by Stuart Isacoff in the June 1-2 edition of The Wall Street, under the Masterpiece series: “The Sounds of Sacrifice". The masterpiece is “War Requiem” (1962) by Benjamin Britten.
In the same issue, The Weekend Interview with Mojtaba Vahedi by Sohrab Ahmari: “Iran’s Revolution From the Inside Out” ‘Mojtaba Vahedi, an exiled former insider with the moderate mullahs, talks about the struggle for reform, his own exile, and why Tehran won't change without another popular uprising.’
A book review in the June 2 issue of The Washington Post by David Alvarez: “A pope's futile effort to fight World War II fascism”. The book is “The Pope’s Last Crusade: How an American Jesuit Helped Pope Pius XI’s Campaign to Stop Hitler” by Peter Eisner, Morrow, $27.99, 292 pp.