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Reviews of:

Merton and Waugh: A Monk, A Crusty Old Man, and The Seven Storey Mountain

File#TitleFirst LineRev.AuthorCitationYear
01Epistolary FriendshipIn August 1948, a 33-year-old CistercianStannard, Martin The Tablet 269.9097 (25 April, 2015): 21.
2015
02Why Evelyn Waugh Wanted Thomas Merton to Shut UpMary Frances Coady’s new book, subtitled “A Monk, A Crusty Old ManThorne, Matt The Catholic Herald (April 2, 2015) [online]. [Accessed May 4th, 2015]
http://www.catholicherald.co.uk/issues/april-3rd-2015/book-review-why-evelyn-waugh-wanted-thomas-merton-to-shut-up/
2015
03 For close to four years at the midpoint of the 20th century, the lives of two of theO'Connell, Patrick F. Christianity & Literature 64.4 (September 2015): 486-491.
2015.
ANNUAL This is an engaging and attractive little book which is beautifully producedGardner, Fiona Merton Annual 29: 257-260.
2016.
JOURNAL This is a delightful little book, beautifully produced, containing suchKer, Ian The Merton Journal 22.2 (Advent 2015): 22-24.
http://www.thomasmertonsociety.org/Journal/22/22-2KerRevCoady.pdf
2015.
SEASONALWater in the WildernessMary Frances Coady’s Merton & Waugh reads like a joint biography of two celebrated writers – andO’Donnell, Angela Alaimo The Merton Seasonal 40.3 (Fall 2015): 32-35.
http://merton.org/ITMS/Seasonal/40/40-3ODonnellRevCoady.pdf
2015.