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The New Oxford Book of Christian Verse

Paperback|May 1988
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What is meant by `Christian' verse? What must there be in a passage ofverse thst gives us the right to call it `Christian'? These are the questionsdiscussed in Professor Davie's illuminating introduction and answered implicitlyon every page of his collection...


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What is meant by `Christian' verse? What must there be in a passage ofverse thst gives us the right to call it `Christian'? These are the questionsdiscussed in Professor Davie's illuminating introduction and answered implicitlyon every page of his collection of over 260 poems.This well-loved anthology embraces everything from the Anglo-Saxon 'The Dreamof the Rood' to the works of modern poets such as T. S. Eliot, Sir JohnBetjeman, W. H. Auden, and John Berryman. Australian and American poetry appearsalongside English, Anglo-Irish, Scottish, and Anglo-Welsh verse, and the bookalso includes a selection of congregational hymns.`Fine poems abound in this book... should please, enrich and help a very widereadership' Catholic Herald
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Offering both familiar poems and some fascinating unfamiliar ones, this anthology contains over 250 poems that deal with Christianity. Ranging from the Anglo-Saxon masterpiece "The Dream of the Rood" to the works of modern poets such as T.S. Eliot, W.H. Auden, Sir John Betjeman, and John< br> Berryman, Davie has chosen works from around the world, including several women poets--such as Elizabethan Countess of Pembroke and Emily Dickinson--as well as the four men whom he describes as "the masters of the sacred poem in English": George Herbert, Henry Vaughan, Christopher Smart, and William< br> Cowper. Stressing the importance of "the plain style" in Christian poetry throughout the ages, Davie also includes a large selection of congregational hymns.
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PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Introduction. Poems. Notes And References. Indices.

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