Thomas Merton Center

Manuscripts in Sub-Section D.3:

Why some look up to planets and heroes. Poem by Thomas Merton.

Item 1 - 

First Lines:  Brooding and seated at the summit Of a well-engineered explosion

Sub-Type:  Published material

Draft:  

Copy Type:  Xerograph of printed material

Date:  March 30, 1963

Number of pages:  1

Additional authors/contributors:  

Language:  English

Notes:  Poem copied from America, No. 108, p. 433. Includes comment.

Location:  Archive - File Cabinet 8

Item 2 - 

First Lines:  Brooding and seated at the summit Of a well-engineered explosion

Sub-Type:  Published material

Draft:  

Copy Type:  Printed material

Date:  August 25, 2008

Number of pages:  1

Additional authors/contributors:  

Language:  English

Notes:  Poem within full issue of America, No. 108, p. 17. Includes comment.

Location:  Archive - File Cabinet 8

Item 3 - 

First Lines:  Brooding and seated at the summit Of a well-engineered explosion

Sub-Type:  Published material

Draft:  

Copy Type:  Printed material

Date:  no-month no-day, 1971

Number of pages:  2

Additional authors/contributors:  

Language:  English

Notes:  Poem within full issue of The Antigonish Review (Antigonish, Nova Scotia: St. Francis Xavier University), Vol. 1, No. 4, (Winter 1971), p. 8-9.

Location:  Archive - File Cabinet 8