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A Thomas Merton Reader

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01A Thomas Merton Reader Edited by Thomas P. McDonnellBasically, A Thomas Merton Reader is a literary and philosophical journey that seeks to carry its  Book blurb from dust jacket.
02The Thomas Merton ReaderIt has been almost a quarter of a century since Thomas Merton entered the Abbey of Our Lady ofLotze, James F., SJ Review for Religious 22.6 (November 1963): 703. James F. Lotze SJ
03Varieties of Literary Experience, or Anything GoesSome writers are born to be anthologized. Others achive this distinction. Still others are thrustDempsey, David New York Times [1923-Current file] (2 December 1962): ProQuest Historical Newspapers: The New York Times (1851-2008).
04 These are meaty samplings from the published and unpublsihed works of that poet of Cistercian  Sign 42 (March 1963): 70.
05 Few books are as rewarding as their dustjackets. Here is a book more rewarding--and more truthful--English, Helen B. Ramparts 2 (May 1963): 96.
06 The full force of the Merton message will be felt for the first time by most readers in thisLally, Francis J. Commonweal 77 (22 February 1963): 575.
07 A Thomas Merton Reader is a revision of a 1962 book, and a splendid anthology of the many-facetedGiannini, Robert Saint Luke's Journal of Theology 19.1: 82-84.
08 The Thomas Merton Reader depictsForest, Jean Catholic Worker XXX.9 (April 1964): 5.
09Merton's Progress TracedIn 1948 Thomas Merton's autobiography,Miller, Joseph M. Source Unknown
CSQ In 1962 McDonnell edited an early ThomasHart, Patrick, OCSO Cistercian Studies 9.4 (1974). Bulletin of Monastic Spirituality # 213. [126].