Marlo Safi

Marlo Safi is a senior contributor at Crisis. She previously served as a Collegiate Network fellow with National Review. Her writing has also appeared in The American Conservative, The Spectator USA, and The University Bookman, among others. She writes from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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Have Yourself a Simple Little Christmas

After years of literary success and popular acclaim, Leo Tolstoy became dissatisfied with the complacency of the intelligentsia in what it had accepted as life’s meaning (or lack thereof)—in a word, he was suicidal. He had become convinced that no answer to his existential questions could be found in the “chemical compositions of the stars” … Read more

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