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Check out this blog post by Rod Dreher at The American Conservative on “Beatrice as Teacher and Icon.”

“Last night,” Dreher writes,”I spent a wonderful two hours with a group of teachers in Baton Rouge, whose group had read The Little Way Of Ruthie Leming, and were talking about it. On the drive back to St. Francisville, I listened to the Teaching Company’s course on the Divine Comedy taught by Prof. William Cook and Prof. Ronald Herzman, loaned to me by a reader. It’s terrific, just terrific. It’s a shame I didn’t have hours to drive, and had to stop listening when I got home.”

The praise doesn’t end there. Give it a look.

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