Thomas Merton Center

Audio and Video Recordings:

Thomas Merton on William Faulkner / Thomas Merton; afterword by Michael W. Higgins

Author:  Merton, Thomas

Date:  2018

Imprint:  [Rockville, Md.] : Now You Know Media, c2018

Decription:  5 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in

Format:  Audio - CD.  Lecture

Call Number: Oversize+ CD-0096 

Number of copies:  2

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Notes:  See also Novitiate Lectures earlier NYKM CD with more included recordings (CD-0074) and archives CD 167 Track 2 through 168 Track 3. Disc 1. The Classical Values in Faulkner -- Faulkner's "The Bear": Spiritual Formation and Mystical Union -- Disc 2. The Wild Palms: Man Against Destiny -- The Wilds Palms: Theological Reflections -- Disc 3. The Sounds and the Fury: The Sense of Time -- The Sound and the Fury: Resurrection -- Afterword by Dr. Michael W. Higgins of Sacred Heart University. "Born and bred in Mississippi, William Cuthbert Faulkner (1897-1962) wrote such classic novels as The Sound and the Fury and As I Lay Dying. He belongs to the rich heritage of great writers to emerge from the American South. In this series, Thomas Merton - the English professor-turned-monk - furnishes you with his take on Faulkner. Steeped in spirituality and incisive literary analysis, this course offers you the opportunity to hear one great author on another."--Container.