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A Poet under the Mercy

James E. Person Jr

November 1989

Many of Vanauken’s poems are reminiscent of Browning, Donne, the early Charles Williams, and others, in style, tone, and theme.

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Respect (Rev. 3:20)

A POEM

Lorraine Bochler Eshleman

November 1986

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Sonnet for C.B.

A POEM

Thomas Fleming

September 1986

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Four

A POEM

L.M. Williams

September 1986

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Praise

A POEM

Lorraine Bochler Eshleman

July August 1986

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The Prodigal Father and His Child

A POEM

“Julian Norwich”

June 1986

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Solomon Serves

A POEM

“Julian Norwich”

June 1986

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William Carlos Williams: A Doctor’s Faith, a Poet’s Faith

HARVARD DIARY

Robert Coles

June 1986

Williams knew how bored, self-centered, and self-indulgent the rich can be, and how desperately confused, vulnerable, and self-lacerating the poor often are.

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John XXIII

A POEM

“Julian Norwich”

May 1986

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Sonnet

A POEM

“Julian Norwich”

May 1986

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The Soaring Birds of Freedom

A POEM

David Mitros

May 1986

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The Final Match

A POEM

Lorraine Bochler Eshleman

April 1986

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Who Taught You?

A POEM

Lorraine Bochler Eshleman

March 1986

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Thaws

A POEM

Susan Bergman

March 1986

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“Trilogy”

A POEM

Timothy Trainor

January-February 1986

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