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Reviews of:

Thoughts in Solitude

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01ContemplationBy the author of "The Silent Life" and "The Living Bread," here are further philosophical thoughts  Advertiser Montgomery, AL (8 June 1958). M.
1958
02Merton, ThomasWritten in 1953 and 1954 these reflections by a Trappist monk deal with various aspects of the  Booklist [Chicago] 54 (1 June 1958): 548-549.
1958
03Pithy NotesThomas Merton's Thoughts in Solitude (Farrar, Straus and Cudahy. $3) is a small book comprising  Catholic Transcript Hartford, Conn (22 May 1958).
1958
04Meditations"Thoughts in Solitude" is a book of meditations by Trappist monk Thomas Merton. It is related to hisHabich, William Courier Journal [Louisville] (25 May 1958). William Habich
1958
05Man's RightIn this little volume Thomas Merton, Trappist monk and best-selling author of "The Seven StoryBreyer, Frederick A. Enquirer Cincinnati, OH (10 August 1958). Frederick A. Breyer
1958
06Man's Need For SolitudeA spiritual book in that it is exclusively concerned with things of the spirit, this is a profoundlyMarchand, LaFayette L. Globe Boston, MA (22 June 1958). LaFayette L. Marchand
1958
07Thoughts in SolitudeIn an age when totalitarianism has striven, in every way to devaluate and degrade the human person,  Globe Sioux City, Iowa (15 May 1958).
1958
08 "Thoughts in Solitude," a book of meditations by Thomas Merton, will be published by Farrar, Straus  New York Times (26 April 1958).
1958
09Thomas Merton's Thoughts in SolitudeA book of meditations that offers conviction for all who have the courage to look into the infinite;  New York Times Book Review (25 May 1958).
1958
10Remedy To Our Problems--Silence That Speaks to GodThomas Merton will never attract a wide audience; but if writers get what they deserve, he can  News Miami, FL (18 May 1958). F.S.
1958
11Man Has Right to Solitude-MertonA small volume filled with a wealth of rich thought, this is not only a book of meditations forFriedebertha, Sister M., OSF News Sentinel (24 May 1958). Sister M. Friedebertha
1958
12Merton on Meditations"Great though books may be, friends though they may be to us, they are no substitute for persons,  Post Houston, TX (25 May 1958). J.M
1958
13Thoughts in SolitudeThis is a little book of meditations from the famous Trappist monk who seems able to turn out one  Tribute Minneapolis MN (29 June 1958). J.M
1958
14Thoughts in Solitudethis newest volume of Thomas Merton is a slim collection of reflections on the life of the spirit.  Virginia Kirkus Bulletin 26 (15 May 1958): 373.
1958
15November PublicationsReleased to coincide with the 50th anniversary edition of Thomas Merton's The Seven Storey Mountain,Carrigan, Henry Publishers Weekly 245.48 (30 November 1998): 66. Henry Carrigan
1998
16 Fr. Thomas Merton tells us that these notes were written in 1953-4, and concern the contemplative  Month [London] 21 (March 1959): 194-195.
1959
17 For Merton fans Thoughts in Solitude is one more title to add to their bookshelf; for his criticsMacGregor, George Irish Ecclesiastical Record 92 (July 1959): 64-65.
1959
18 In an age when we are more concerned with "chemical fall-out" than that infinitely greater dangerPettis, Rev. Ashley Catholic World 187 (July 1958): 319-320.
1958
19 This is a book like Seeds of Contemplation but shorter, more concentrated in theme. TheseBowes, Paula Sign 38 (August 1958): 62-63.
1958
20 This paperbound reprint by America's most talked of Trappist writer is, according to the cover blurbFreeman, Hilary O.P. Cross and Crown 13 (December 1961): 475.
1961
21 Thomas Merton's writings are always characterized by their solidity and depth. Thoughts in SolitudeErhart, Henry J., SJ Best Sellers 18 (15 August 1958): 188.
1958
22 Writings on the solitary life, on vocations and on Christian spirituality, culled from notes madeWalsh, Peter Jubilee 6 (July 1958): 38.
1958
23Books of the Week: INTUITIONS Thoughts in Solitude.Thomas Merton's latest book is a cheap half guinea's worth, and one of those book the reader will wish to keep close to him.Feeny, Peter Paul, OP Tablet [London] (13 December 1958): 10.
1958