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A Catch of Anti-letters

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01 The three books here under review are connected with Thomas Merton, one of the most stimulatingMarr, Andrew, OSB Christian Scholars Review 10.1 (1980): 54-56. Andrew Marr OSB
1980
02In BriefAlthough the private nature of their language makes these letters between Merton and Lax relativelyTrue, Michael Commonweal 106 (30 March 1979): 188-189. Michael True
1979
03Glimpses of Thomas Merton's beingThis is a book of zany, idiosyncratic letters between two monks, one living in a Trappist communityFiliatreau, John Courier Journal [Louisville] (21 January 1979): D5. John Filiatreau
1979
04Thomas Merton: Man and MonkIn the 6th century AD, St. Benedict of Nursia set forth the three monastic vows binding on all menGray, Francine du Plessix New Republic 180 (26 May 1979): 23, 26, 28-30. Francine du Plessix Gray
1979
05The Art of Thomas MertonThomas Merton's concern was with continuity and connections. He sometimes violated his ownWoodcock, George New Review of Books and Religion 3.6 (February 1979): 3, 17. George Woodcock
1979
06A Catch of Anti-LettersBetween 1962 and 1967, two solitary friends, both contemplatives, engaged in a playful exchange of  Publishers Weekly 214 (9 October 1978): 71.
1978
07Not 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 9.5 (May 1980): 28-30. Conrad C. Hoover
1980
08Book ReviewsThese three new Merton books arrived in the tenth anniversary year of his death, 1978. The first ofO'Hanlon, Daniel J., SJ Spirituality Today 31.3 (September 1979): 270-273. Daniel J. O'Hanlon SJ
1979
09Thomas Merton: Man and MonkIn the 6th century AD, St. Benedict of Nursia set forth the three monastic vowsGray, Francine de Plessix New Republic 180 (May 26 1979): 23, 26, 28-30.
1979
10 Lax and Merton met as students at Columbia, callaborated on the college's humorDiFebo, Philip Best Sellers 39 (April 1979): 21.
1979
11 This is part of the ongoing series of articles on Merton subjects and reviews of Merton books.Eastman, Patrick Monos 7.1 (Jan-Feb 1995): 5.
1995
ANNUAL In an interview Rabert Lax gave to Paul Wilkes for a film on Thomas Merton, Lax remembersPaguio, Erlinda G. Merton Annual 8: 254-257 [online].
http://merton.org/ITMS/Annual/08/PaguioRevCatch254-257.pdf
1995
JOURNAL A Catch of Anti-letters is the title given by Thomas Merton to a collection of eccentricWright, John Merton Journal [UK] 2.2 (Advent 1995): 56-58.
http://www.thomasmertonsociety.org/Journal/02/2-2PearsonRevKing.pdf
1995
SEASONALThe Latest CatchRe-reading these "anti-letters" in order to offer a few comments on them for Merton Seasonal readersWeber, Richard [Columban], OCSO Merton Seasonal 19:4 (Fall 1994): 5-6.
http://merton.org/ITMS/Seasonal/19/19-4WeberRevCatch.pdf
1994
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