Antoinette M. Costa writes from Taunton, Massachusetts. She was writing a school research paper on Merton's poetry.
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For one letter from Merton to Costa and more information on Costa, see also The Road to Joy, p. 335.
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||TL[c] from Merton
||About those early critics: it is difficult for me to have any kind of opinion, as no one can judge
|| responds to criticism of his work - difficulty of communication with some people because of his symbolic method of writing / Dell Isola's statement on No Man Is an Island / change in opinion by Dom Aelred Graham, a former critic of Merton
||TLS to Merton
||Here is a copy of my research paper. I hope everything is all right. We were not required to use