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Reviews of:

Emblems of a Season of Fury

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01Book ReviewsOverlooking a handful of poems which have appeared in scattered publications, this is Thomas MertonForest, James H. Catholic Worker 30 (May 1964): 7. James H. Forest
1964
02Merton, Thomas. Emblems of a Season of Fury. New Directions, 1963. 149p 63-18635. 1.65 pa.A few prose pieces, some 30 poems, and as many translations comprise the twenty-first published book  Choice 1.1 (March 1964): 22-23
1964
03Emblems of a Season of Fury. By Thomas Merton. (New Directions $1.65)While most "in" poets of our time are either talking to one another or to the "in" critics--aMcDonnell, Thomas P. Commonweal 79 (28 February 1964): 670. Thomas P. McDonnell
1964
04 Vuelve a enriqueer le literatura universal el trapense Thomas Merton con un nuevo libro de poemasLabarthe, Pedro Juan Hispania 48 (September 1965):623-624. Pedro Juan Labarthe
1965
05Among FriendsThe Philosophical and psychological reasons for rejecting the idea that an individual reader mayCarruth, Hayden Hudson Review 17 (Spring 1964): 149-157. Hayden Carruth
1964
06 The Trappist monk, Thomas Merton, can write poems of exalted religious luminosity as well as angryBruni, Thomas G. Labor Herald Allentown PA (18 December 1963). Thomas G. Bruni
1963
07Emblems and DocumentsThere are two Thomas Mertons: the first, a careful scribe well aware of what he's doing, who turnsBruni, Thomas G. Labor Herald Allentown PA (18 December 1963). Thomas G. Bruni
1964
08No MagicIn a "Message to Poets" which Thomas Merton sent to a group of writers that met in Mexico City inLentfoehr, Therese, SDS Renascence 17 (Fall 1964): 51-53. Sister M. Therese Lentfoehr, SDS
1964
09Fusion and Fission: Two by MertonWhat is likely to strike the general reader first is the heterogeneity of this collection.Gilbert, Mary, SNJM Sewanee Review 72 (Autumn 1964): 715-718. Sister Mary Gilbert, SNJM
1964
10The Necessary and Permanent RevolutionWe are too preoccupied with the new, said Henry Thoreau, and not enough concerned with the permanentMeiners, Roger K. Southern Review 1 (Autumn 1965): 926-929. Roger K. Meiners
1965
11Emblems of a Season of Fury. By Thomas MertonThis pocket-size original contains poetry by Thomas Merton, plus poetic prose and one long letterBowman, J. Review for Religious 24.2 (March 1965): 330. J. Bowman
1965
12Book ReviewsOverlooking a handful of poems which have appeared in scattered publications, this is Thomas Merton'Forest, James H. Catholic Worker 30 (May 1964): 7. James H. Forest
1964