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Reviews of:

Thomas Merton: Monk and Poet: A Critical Study

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01Catholic, monk & priestGeorge Woodcock says of himself, "I am not a Catholic; I am not even a practicing ChristianBergonzi, Bernard Commonweal 107 (18 January 1980): 23-24.
1980
02Not the Last of the ProphetsA prophet is a person of neither vague ideas nor ready-made solutions. He or she is a person who, byHoover, Conrad C. Sojourners 9 (May 1980): 28-30.
1980
03 This study of Thomas Merton as contemplative and poet will be of value to all who seekKramer, Victor A. Christianity and Literature 29.1 (Fall 1979): 77-78.
1979
04Thomas Merton: Man and MonkIn the 6th century AD, St. Benedict of Nursia set forth the three monasticGray, Francine de Plessix New Republic 180 (26 May 1979): 23, 26, 28-30.
1979
05Recent Merton CriticismShortly before Thomas Merton left on his Asian journey in 1968, his friend Edward RiseCooper, David D. Renascence 34.2 (Winter 1982): 113-128.
1982
SEASONAL The debut of this most recent critical Merton study appropriately coincided with the May 11-14Kilcourse, George A. Merton Seasonal 3:2 (Summer 1978): 4 [online]. [Accessed March 20, 2017]
http://merton.org/ITMS/Seasonal/03/3-2Kilcourse.pdf
1978
XREF1Merton's Affirmation and Affirmation of Merton: Writing about SilenceThomas Merton chose to be a cloistered contemplative within one of the most austere religious orders in the United States.Kramer, Victor A. Review [Charlottesville, VA] 4 (1982): 295-333 [see review author file].
1982