The Thomas Merton Center at Bellarmine University



Advanced Search 


Related Merton Collections:

Sub-Section D.7: Periodicals, Journals, Pamphlets used by Merton (some with marginalia)

Record Series: 29: Gransden, Antonia. "The Reply of a Fourteenth-century Abbot of Bury St. Edmunds to a Man's Petition to be a Recluse," English Historical Review (1960) LXXV (296): 464-467.

Series Description

Subjects List

Eremitic life |
Monastic and religious life |

Related Information and Links

Arrangement and Processing Notes:

Folders are arranged alphabetically by series. Series names start with author's last name or title of journal in absence of a single author.

Container List

Box#-FF#Item#DateNotesFirst Lines
1 - 29 1 1960 Marginalia: contains underlining and other markings by Thomas Merton. Contains introduction in English. Merton's underlining is on Latin text by 14th century abbot. «It is well known that some monasteries in the Middle Ages had cells for recluses in their precincts. For example there were anchorages at Westminster,»

Return to the top of the page.