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Author QuotedGraham Greene
Title QuotedJourney without Maps
Date (Year/Month/Day)1941/04/18
Imprint[S.l.] : [s.n.]. 1936I
QuotationDifference between the First and Second Times I spent a few hours in Louisville, between trains... The first time, I went to the Library and read Evelyn Waugh's They Were Still Dancing-dipped into Graham Greene's Journey without Maps-(which was about Africa, not Mexico as I had imagined)-and Blake's Poems. The second time I read a little of Gilson's Spirit of Medieval Philosophy. Both times I read most of G. M. Hopkins' poems
Quotation SourceRun to the mountain: The Story of a Vocation. The journals of Thomas Merton, Volume 1, 1939-1941.; Edited by Patrick Hart, O.C.S.O. / San Francisco : Harper Collins. 1995, p. 357
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