Catholics on literature /
J.C. Whitehouse, editor.
Dublin : Four Courts Press, c1997.
186 p. ; 24 cm.
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Dublin : Four Courts Press, c1997.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Anthology including pieces by such writers as Bernanos, Boll, Chesterton, Greene, Maritain, Mauriac, Newman, and Waugh.
Table of Contents
Prefacep. 7
Introductionp. 11
The role of the Catholic writerp. 25
Proust and the Catholic writerp. 27
Art and religionp. 28
The writerp. 32
The responsibility of being a writerp. 39
The detachment of the artistp. 50
Extracts from his spiritual journalp. 54
Truth and Fictionp. 58
Introduction to Newman's Callistap. 65
Shusako Endo: Japanese Catholic novelistp. 69
On The Violent Bear It Awayp. 78
D. H. Lawrencep. 80
Felix culpa?p. 89
Grammars of assent and dissent in Graham Greene and Brian Moorep. 95
A Catholic view of realityp. 111
On the novel with a purposep. 112
On two allegoriesp. 116
Modern novelists: a Catholic viewpointp. 119
Preface to L'Evidence et le mysterep. 123
Freedom, altitude, realismp. 125
Is Christian literature a contradiction in terms?p. 126
Literaturep. 136
English Catholic literaturep. 138
On the moral basis of writingp. 140
The changing accent of Catholic literaturep. 142
Literary style in England and Americap. 152
Catholic writingp. 156
On the pursuit of literary studiesp. 169
On literary criticismp. 170
Address to authors and composersp. 176
Realism in the Catholic novelp. 178
Indexp. 183
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