The Thomas Merton Center at Bellarmine University

Reviews of:

Thomas Merton and James Laughlin: Selected Letters / edited by David D. Cooper

File#TitleFirst LineRev.AuthorCitationYear
01Thomas Merton and James Laughlin: Selected LettersThe writings of Thomas Merton, who died in December 1968, continue to be published with unfailingBamberger, John Eudes, OCSO America 177.18 (6 December 1997): 24-26. John Eudes Banberger.
02Thomas Merton and James Laughlin: Selected lettersAccording to Cooper (Michigan State Univ.), this collection of 176 letters from religious writer andOvermyer, J. Choice 35.4 (December 1997). J. Overmyer.
03Merton, Thomas & James LaughlinNew Direction, an enterprise created by Laughlin, has served as the publishing house for manyWoodhouse, Mark Library Journal 122.12 (1 July 1997): 88. Mark Woodhouse.
ANNUAL The most significant sentence of this selection is seemingly innocuous. Written neither by ThomasStull, Bradford T. Merton Annual 11: 203-206.
SEASONALA Labor of Mutual Self-CompletionDavid Cooper, well known to us for his original if controversial Thomas Merton's Art of Denial,Nugent, Don Christopher Merton Seasonal 22:3 (Fall 1997): 23-26.