- Mr. Right. Cartwright, G. // Texas Monthly;Mar92, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p60
Profiles University of Dallas professor and political essayist Mel Bradford, an adviser to Republican presidential candidate Pat Buchanan. Bradford thinks Abraham Lincoln was a scoundrel, equality is nonsense, and the 19th century Ku Klux Klan was comparable to World War II's French resistance....
- Quem patrem? M.E. Bradford's Southern patrimony. Malvasi, Mark G. // Modern Age;Winter96, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p143
Opinion. Discusses the work on M.E. Bradford on Southern history, culture and thought. Importance of poetry, language and memory to Southern conservative tradition; Arguments made by Bradford; Practice of farming and rhetoric.
- Collaborators with the left. Bradford, M.E. // Policy Review;Summer91, Issue 57, p78
Presents professor M.E. Bradford's keynote address before the John Randolph Club. Background information on the club; Government conservatism; Subversion of Reaganism; Teleocratic redefinition; Rationalization of government preferences.
- M.E. Bradford, RIP. J. H. // National Review;3/29/1993, Vol. 45 Issue 6, p19
The article pays tribute to the late U.S. literary critic M. E. Bradford.
- Remembering Who M. E. Bradford Is. Montgomery, Marion // Modern Age;Spring99, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p99
Profiles writer M. E. Bradford. Views on human nature; How he regards man as an intellectual creature; Description of his writings.
- IN ABRAHAM'S BOSOM. Jaffa, Harry V. // National Review;4/12/1993, Vol. 45 Issue 7, p50
The article presents an obituary for politician Mel Bradford.
- Narrative legerdemain: Evoking Sarty's future in 'Barn Burning'. Ford, Marilyn Claire // Mississippi Quarterly;Summer98, Vol. 51 Issue 3, p527
Presents a critical analysis of author William Faulkner's short story `Barn Burning'. Variation of Faulkner's narrative strategy; Integration of the narrator with the character Sarty Snopes; Narrative's depiction of a straightforward plot; Awakening of Sarty's sense of individuality.
- The Almost Unbearable Burden of Weight in William Faulkner's "Barn Burning". Kirchdorfer, Ulf // Eureka Studies in Teaching Short Fiction;2015, Vol. 11/12, p14
An essay on the heavy burden of personal struggle in the fictional work "Barn Burning," by William Faulkner is presented. It offers a review of the grave situation being faced by an individual through the allusion of events in the Bible and examines the metaphorical implication of psychological...
- Dark Horses. EVANS, M. STANTON // National Review;5/25/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 21, p695
The article focuses on the study of American political culture. M. E. Bradford, professor at the University of Dallas, has contributed works concerning local liberty, government and the sense of rootedness in place and history features of politics in the United States. Jules Gerard, professor at...