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Author QuotedKenneth H. Jackson
Title QuotedStudies in Early Celtic Nature Poetry
Date (Year/Month/Day)1964/06/23
ImprintCambridge : Cambridge University Press. 1935
QuotationBlazing hot, stuffy air, barely moved by a little breeze here in the woodshed. What a day it is going to be! Even the woods will be an airless furnace. It calls for one of those nature poems, a kerygma of heat such as the Celts never had. (Finished Kenneth Jackson's excellent book on Early Celtic Nature Poetry before Prime as the fierce sun began to burn my field.)
Quotation SourceDancing in the Water of Life: Seeking Peace in the Hermitage. The Journals of Thomas Merton, Volume 5, 1963-1965.; Edited by Robert E. Daggy. / San Francisco : Harper Collins. 1997, p. 121
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