Thick And Dazzling Darkness (eBook)
Religious Poetry In A Secular Age
Sobre o livro
Peter O'Leary reads a diverse set of writers to argue for the existence and importance of religious poetry in twentieth- and twenty-first-century American literature. He traces a poetic genealogy that begins with Whitman and Dickinson and continues in the work of contemporary writers to defend the value and meaning of religious poetry against the grain of a secular society.