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Striving towards being : the letters of Thomas Merton and Czeslaw Milosz

저자: Thomas Merton; Czesław Miłosz; Robert Faggen
출판사: New York : Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1997.
판/형식:   도서 : 영어 : 1st ed모든 판과 형식 보기
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In 1958 Thomas Merton wrote an admiring letter to Czeslaw Milosz about his seminal work The Captive Mind. Milosz replied and thus began an animated correspondence which lasted until Merton's death in 1968. During this highly productive decade, Merton continued, a Trappist, to write about nonviolence and the monastic life. Milosz, meanwhile, was writing influential essays and translating the poetry of Aleksander Wat  더 읽기…
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장르/형태: Correspondence
명시된 사람: Thomas Merton; Czesław Miłosz; Czesław Miłosz; Thomas Merton
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모든 저자 / 참여자: Thomas Merton; Czesław Miłosz; Robert Faggen
ISBN: 0374271003 9780374271008
OCLC 번호: 34943219
설명: xii, 177 p. ; 20 cm.
책임: edited by Robert Faggen.

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In 1958 Thomas Merton wrote an admiring letter to Czeslaw Milosz about his seminal work The Captive Mind. Milosz replied and thus began an animated correspondence which lasted until Merton's death in 1968. During this highly productive decade, Merton continued, a Trappist, to write about nonviolence and the monastic life. Milosz, meanwhile, was writing influential essays and translating the poetry of Aleksander Wat and Anna Swir. In this dynamic correspondence, Milosz and Merton differ in their views of the role of Communism, share thoughts about the power of literature, and contrast their views on the natural world. As different as Milosz and Merton were, they found common ground in their spiritual search and in a desire to understand the human race. A memorial to a great friendship between two of this century's celebrated men of letter, Striving Towards Being is a testament to the examined life.

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