King, Julia C.
Some aspects of Madison Cawein's poetry.
Louisville, Kentucky : University of Louisville, 1916
|提及的人：||Madison Julius Cawein|
Julia C King
College of Arts and Sciences.
|描述：||204 leaves ; 29 cm|
|责任：||by Julia C. King.|
After a careful study of Madison Cawein's poetry, and comparing his views on religion and philosophy with those of some of the great English poets, Wordsworth, Shelley, Byron, Tennyson and Browning, I shall summarize them as follows, and treat each subject by comparison with these writers and with selections from his and their poems, substantiating these statements: 1. Cawein's conception of God is That God is the Fountain of all Mind, Beauty, Truth and Love. 2. His Poetry Embodies the Idea of Pantheism. 3. His Poetry Teaches the Evolution of the Soul. 4. His Poetry Expressed the Platonic Philosophy of Pre-Existence. 5. His Poetry Expresses a Belief in the Immortality of the Soul. 6. His Poetry Does Not Treat of the Doctrines of Christianity.