Theodore Dalrymple

Theodore Dalrymple is an author and retired doctor who has written for many publications round the world, including the Spectator (London), the Wall Street Journal (New York) and The Australian (Sydney). He writes a monthly column in New English Review and is contributing editor of the City Journal of New York. His latest book is Admirable Evasions: How Psychology Undermines Morality, Encounter Books.


Vile Bodies

Dubious Cures

Life is full of little ironies, one of them in my case being that I have more time than ev...
Jean-Claude Duvalier

Looking Back

The Despot Within

The late Jean-Claude Duvalier, better known as Baby Doc, played only a small part in my li...

PC World

Imperial Do-Gooding

Efes beer, the Turkish lager, was the nearest until recently that I had come to Ephesus, u...

Vile Bodies

Small Vices

The other day I behaved badly for once: not very badly (I should hardly have confessed t...

Semantics

The Money of Fools

People often claim to have cultivated their inner child as if this were a good thing to ha...

Zeitgeist

A Miasma of Untruth

Those who irritate us and give us grounds for righteous indignation are our secret benefac...

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