Every Changing Shape

Every Changing Shape
Author : Jennings Elizabeth
Publisher : Carcanet
Total Pages : 240
Release : 2012-07-27
ISBN 10 : 9781847775900
ISBN 13 : 184777590X
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL


Every Changing Shape, published in 1961 and now in paperback for the first time, considers from a Christian poet's perspective how religious or mystical experience informs the imagination. Elizabeth Jennings wrote the book early in her career; it continues to provide crucial readings of her chosen authors and clues to her own poetry. She avoids terms like 'inspiration', 'ecstasy', sticking to particulars - words, meanings - rather than ideology or theory. A collection of studies of writers and mystics past and present, it brings literary judgment to bear on a subject neglected in a secular age. Though her first concern is poetry, she draws on prose writers to effect her penetrating explorations.

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