The Thomas Merton Center at Bellarmine University

Reviews of:

The Selected Poems of Thomas Merton

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01A Selection of Merton PoemsIt was 15 years ago that New Directions published a slim volume called "Thirty Poems"--ThomasHabich, William Courier Journal [Louisville] (31 January 1960). William Habich
02Selected poems of Thomas MertonTo the swiftly increasing numbers of foreign editions of "Mertoniana"--the Seven Storey Mountain,Lentfoehr, Therese, SDS Renascence 4 (Spring 1952): 197-199. Therese Lentfoehr SDS
03Out of GethsemaniThe recent numerous reprints and translations of articles by Thomas Merton in such foreignLentfoehr, Therese, SDS Renascence 15 (Fall 1962): 46-50. Therese Lentfoehr SDS
04Poetry and PassionThere is justness as well as wit in Mr. Allan M. Laing's New Statesman epigram (22nd April, 1950)--Enright, D.J. Month [London] 5 (April 1951): 247-249.
05Spriit Poets in PrintHere, at least, is something of an answer to the sometimes not-too-carefully-made charge that SPIRITRayne, Allan Spirit 27 (May 1960): 59-62.
06Poetry in the MakingFreshness is the distinguishing note of Thomas Merton's poetry, though much of it is what Mr. Speaight callsHanshell, H. D., SJ Tablet [London] (12 January 1951): 10.