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Aug 13, 1974
| ISBN 9780385032926
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Aug 13, 1974 | ISBN 9780385032926
A Thomas Merton Reader provides a complete view of Merton, in all his aspects: contemplative, spiritual writer, poet, peacemaker, and social critic. In this closely knit volume are significant selections not only from his major works but from some lesser-known, yet equally valuable, writings as well. Presented here is a living Thomas Merton, expounding through prose and poetry on an abundance of important themes — war, love, peace, Eastern thought and spirituality, monastic life, art, contemplation, and solitude.M. Scott Peck puts the writings included here into the context of Merton’s life.
The Trappist monk Thomas Merton (1915–1968) remains one of the great spiritual figures of our time. He expressed his inner contemplations through his extensive written works, including poetry, letters and journals. His writings commonly deal with issues of social justice… More about Thomas Merton
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