3 edition of Thomas Merton"s Four poems in French found in the catalog.
Thomas Merton"s Four poems in French
|Other titles||Four poems in French|
|Statement||with translations into English by Rupert E. Pickens and afterword by Robert E. Daggy.|
|Contributions||Pickens, Rupert E., Anvil Press (Lexington, Ky.), Victor Hammer Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||PS3525.E7174 T56 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 53 p. :|
|Number of Pages||53|
|LC Control Number||97216108|
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A Trappist monk of the Abbey of Gethsemani, Kentucky, he was a poet, social activist, and student of comparative religion.
Inhe was ordained to the priesthood and given the name Father Louis. InNew Directions brought out Thomas Merton’s first book of verse. By the time of his tragic, untimely death inFather Louis (as he was known at the Trappist monastery where he lived for twenty-seven years) had published upwards of fifty books and pamphlets, including several more collections of poetry.
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"The Paradise Ear": Thomas Merton, Poet George Kilcourse T. Eliot in judged Thomas Merton's early poetry as "hit or miss," intimating that the monk wrote too much and revised too little.l Robert Lowell had remarked four years earlier, "the poet would appear to be more phenomenal than the poetry.
"2Author: George Kilcourse. My friend Fr. Bill called me a few months ago with great excitement. “I just finished reading the best book ever about Thomas Merton,” he said. Then my friend Fr. Pat came to visit from. Find The Collected Poems Of Thomas Merton by Merton, Thomas at Biblio. Uncommonly good collectible and rare books from uncommonly good booksellers.
Thomas Merton's first book, The Seven Storey Mountain, describes his early doubts, his conversion to a Catholic faith of extreme certainty, and his decision to take life vows as a Trappist.
Although his conversionary piety sometimes falls into sticky-sweet abstractions, Merton's autobiographical reflections are mostly wise, humble, and concrete.
"Two extraordinary religious figures, one medieval, one modern, both still inspiring and prophetic, even in the twenty-first century. Dan Horan’s The Franciscan Heart of Thomas Merton is a fascinating study of both Thomas Merton and St.
Francis of Assisi: how they and their spiritualities are alike, how they differ, how each one had a profound impact on the times in which he lived and on. Thomas Merton Free Essay, Term Paper and Book Report Three Areas of Thomas Merton Thomas Merton was a man who had bee converted from a dramatic life of artistic self-indulgence to an equally dramatic life of monastic silence and penance.
Entering the Trappist Monastery he expected it to be a great world of silence. - from "A Year with Thomas Merton" "Fickleness and indecision are signs of self-love. If you can never make up your mind what God wills for you, but are always veering from one opinion to another, from one practice to another, from one method to another, it may be an indication that you are trying to get around God’s will and do your own with.
There were also other Mertons, among the more troublesome: the Bohemian. This Merton felt a constant need to be an outsider.
When Merton lived in the world, it took the usual forms. He had aspirations to being an experimental writer and poet (his Collected Poems, which show real innovation but great unevenness, run to almost 1, pages).
Favorite Passages – Thomas Merton’s ‘Seven Storey Mountain’ () My father and mother were captives in that world, knowing they did not belong with it. Tom’s Comments. After years of questioning the dogma and exclusivity of the Catholic faith (I was raised Catholic), I met Thomas Merton.
Merton was a Trappist monk and arguably the most prolific spiritual writer of the 20 th Century. His love and appreciation for the beauty of. Ina decade after his death, a comprehensive volume coming in at more than 1, pages was published: The Collected Poems of Thomas Merton.
Poetry Collections by Thomas Merton: Thirty Poems. A Man in the Divided Sea. Figures for an Apocalypse. The Tears of the Blind Lions The Strange Islands.
Selected Poems. Merton, Thomas – A French-born American Trappist monk, Merton was a poet and essayist.
The Seven Storey Mountain is his autobiography. (See also Contemporary Authors, Vols. rev. ed.