The Thomas Merton Center at Bellarmine University



Reviews of:

The letters of Robert Giroux and Thomas Merton

File#TitleFirst LineRev.AuthorCitationYear
01The Tender TrappistIn 1936, when Thomas Merton was anBauer, Carlene The Tablet 269.9124 (October 31, 2015): 24.
2015.
02 Since his death in 1968, theHayes, Patrick J. Catholic Library World 86.3 (March 2016): 190.
2016.
03Revealing Thomas Merton’s Character and CareerThis is not a biography, but theDougherty, Jude The Wanderer (May 19, 2016): 8a
2016.
04 Patrick Samway, SJ is professorInchausti, Robert American Catholic Studies 127.3 (Fall 2016): 69-70.
2016.
05 Even casual readers of ThomasJohnson, Luke Timothy Commonweal 144.3 (February 10, 2017): 35.
2017.
06 The books and journals of Thomas Merton are wonderful, but his letters, particularlyScutchfield, F. Douglas The Catholic Historical Review 102.3 (Summer 2016): 645-646.
2016.
07 Few people were as influential in Merton's writing career as RobertBrown, D. A. Choice Connect 53.6 (February 2016) 867.
2016.
ANNUAL As with most epistolary adventures between famous individuals, readersBosco, Mark, SJ. Merton Annual 29: 237-239.
2016.
CSQ Two books published in 2015 revolved around the relationship ofPlaiss, Mark Cistercian Studies Quarterly 51.2 2016): 265-268.
2016.
SEASONALThe Process behind the ProductThe already published correspondence of Thomas Merton takes up a fair amount of shelf spaceCunningham, Lawrence S. The Merton Seasonal 40.4 (Winter 2015): 39-40.
http://merton.org/ITMS/Seasonal/40/40-4CunninghamRevSamway.pdf
2015.