The Poetic Imagination: An Anglican Spiritual Tradition
Darton, Longman & Todd, 1999 - 214 pages
Where should one start in writing about the Spirituality of Anglicanism? Countryman makes an illuminating choice in beginning where Anglicanisn, spirituality and poetry meet.
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Preface by Philip Sheldrake
Resources of Image and Language
Presence and Absence
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