Thomas Merton Center

Audio and Video Recordings:

All the living and the dead : the literature of James Joyce / Thomas Merton; introduced by Michael W. Higgins

Author:  Merton, Thomas

Date:  2013

Imprint:  [Rockville, Md.] : Now You Know Media, c2013

Decription:  3 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in

Format:  Audio - CD.  Lecture

Call Number: Oversize+ CD-0070 

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Notes:  Taken from all Merton Archive CD's from Reel 180 and 178-3. "Join Thomas Merton in exploring one of the world's greatest poets, Rainer Maria Rilke. Perhaps no poet has as great an influence on Merton as Rilke, who was born to a devout Catholic mother in eighteenth-century Bohemia. Deeply influenced by the spiritual figures of his time, Rilke explored God through the imaginative possibilities of poetry. With Merton as your guide, you will come to understand the abiding power of poetry." -- Container / Disc 1. Introduction by Dr. Michael W. Higgins -- Rainer Maria Rilke: Poetry and Imagination -- Rilke's Spiritual Influence: "The Panther" and "The Unicorn" -- Disc 2. Inseeing: Rilke as a Contemplative Poet -- Asceticism and Gluttony -- Disc 3. Freedom and Spontaneity -- Epictetus and "The Donators" -- Disc 4. Freedom in Sartre and Marcel -- Rilke's Search for God -- Disc 5. Duino Elegies, Part I -- Duino Elegies, Part II -- The Simple Things in Life.