Literature, Arts, and Religion
Harry Raphael Garvin
Bucknell University Press, 1981 - Art - 185 pages
A collection of essays that discuss a wide range of art and literary forms, their religious content, and the fundamental concerns that relate the two. Illustrated.
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Notes on Contributors
Graham Greenes Pursuit of God Gweneth Schwab
The Forms of Christian Tragedy R B Gill
Liszts Journey through Dantes
Toward a Theology of Ballet Mildred L Culp
action aesthetic Architect Artificial Nigger artistic Assyria audience Bacchae Bacchanalia becomes Bendrix character Clarence classical ballet comic critics cultural dance dancer Dante Dante Symphony Dante's death diary discourse divine Dorothea poem dramatic dream Duino Elegies Elegies Eliot Emperor of Assyria essay Everard experience fete panique fiction Flannery O'Connor Four Quartets genre Gerard Manley Hopkins Graham Greene grotesque Hopkins Hopkins's human language liminal Liszt literary literature ludic Mallarme metaphor misfortune modern modernist modernist poetry movement murder mythic nature negation novel pattern Pentheus performance perspective Picture of St play poet poetic poetry prayer Pre-Raphaelite priest pursuit reality religion religious reveals Richard Richard III Rilke ritual sacred Sarah scene sense Shakespeare speech spiritual sprung rhythm Stevens stories structure suggests symbolic symbolist Symphony T. S. Eliot theme theologians theology theology of ballet tion tragic transcendent truth University Press violence vision visual Wallace Stevens words York