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By Charlotte Clutterbuck

enticing with 4 English poems or teams of poems-the nameless medieval Crucifixion lyrics; William Langland's Piers Plowman, John Donne's Divine Poems, and John Milton's Paradise Lost-this booklet examines the character of poetic come upon with God. while, the writer makes unique contributions to the dialogue of severe dilemmas within the learn of every poem or crew of poems. the most linguistic concentration of this booklet is at the nature of discussion with God in spiritual poetry, a space a lot missed by way of grammarians and sometimes neglected in reviews of literary variety. It constitutes a tremendous contribution to our knowing of the connection among literature and theology.

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