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Harvest Book - 0004 - Courage For Truth - The Letters Of Thomas Merton To Writers (Cód: 9203797)

Merton, Thomas; Bochen,Christine M

Mariner Books

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From 1948 (when he first wrote to Evelyn Waugh, who was editing The Seven Storey Mountain for publication in England) until his death in 1968, Thomas Merton corresponded with writers around the world, developing an ever-widening circle of friends in Europe, the Soviet Union, South and North America. Merton wrote, and heard from, many prominent writers of the stature of Waugh, Jacques Maritain, Czeslaw Milosz, Boris Pasternak, James Baldwin, Walker Percy, Henry Miller, and Victoria Ocampo. He also corresponded with and encouraged newer writers in Latin America, like Ernesto Cardenal. Merton sensed in these writers a hope for the future of humanity and believed that the courage for truth was their special gift. Writing to Jose Coronel Urtecho, Merton asserted that poets 'remain almost the only ones who have anything to say . . . They have the courage to disbelieve what is shouted with the greatest amount of noise from every loudspeaker'. Courage rooted in true freedom is evident in Merton's own life. He shared with his literary friends his concerns about war, violence and repression, racism and injustice, and all forms of human aggression. Forbidden to publish on the subject of war by his superiors, he obeyed but continued to circulate his famous 'Cold War Letters'. He did not hesitate to criticize his church when he saw there was more concern for the institutional structure than there was for people. Merton especially admired those who had the courage to write under oppression, like Pasternak, Milosz, and Cardenal. In this fourth volume of correspondence, readers discover 'the literary Merton,' who had a passion for writing, as well as 'the whole Merton'-monk, social critic, friend. Selected, edited, and with an Introduction by Christine M. Bochen; Preface by William H. Shannon; Index.

Características

Peso 0.46 Kg
Produto sob encomenda Sim
Marca Mariner Books
I.S.B.N. 9780156000048
Referência 000055336
Altura 22.91 cm
Largura 15.34 cm
Profundidade 2.39 cm
Número de Páginas 336
Idioma Inglês
Acabamento Brochura
Cód. Barras 9780156000048
Ano da edição 1994
AutorMerton, Thomas; Bochen,Christine M