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Thirty Poems

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01Thirty Poems. By Thomas merton. (The Poets of the Year: Norfolk, Connecticut.)Here is Poetry with roots struck deep in meditation, nourished by the slow, rich dripping of silenceDonaghy, William A. America 73 (21 April 1945). William A. Donaghy
1945
02"New Directions" Presents a Catholic Poet"In there columns where America has lately aroused interest in the status of Catholic art, drawingJulie, Sister America 73 (21 July 1945): 316-318. Sister Julie.
1945
03The Verses of Thomas MertonThomas Merton's career has been varied and spectacular: Cambridge University, the New Yorker andLowell, Robert Commonweal 42 (22 June 1945): 240-242. Robert Lowell
1945
04Modern or Medievalist?In these thirty pieces, as many poems as Merton has years, the poet shows himself a combination ofNicholl, Louise T. Saturday Review of Literature 29 (23 March 1946): 44. Louise T. Nicholl
1946
05Thirty Poems By Thomas merton. New Directions Press. $1.00.An odd contrast is provided by this book, bearing the imprint of the avant-garde press, and yetLynch, Alban, CP Sign 24 (March 1945): 446. Alban Lynch, CP
1945
06Book ReviewsAnyone with previous experience of Thomas Merton's work in SPIRIT, The New Yorker or View, willMorten, Paul Spirit 12 (March 1945): 24-26.Paul Morten
1945
07LiteratureRobert Bridges once remarked that Gerard Hopkins' "Wreck of the Deutschland" lay in the veryDaniel J. Honan Thought 20 (September 1945): 543-544. Daniel J. Honan
1945
08Twenty-Four PoetsIn the Mystery of the Incarnation, which is at the same time an official ecclesiastical mystery, Mr.Devlin, Denis Sewanee Review 53 (1945): 457. Denis Devlin.
1945
09The Verses of Thomas MertonThomas Merton's career has been varied and spectacular: Cambridge University, the New Yorker and theLowell, Robert Commonweal 42 (22 June 1945): 240-242. Robert Lowell.
1945