Garlands of Grace: An Anthology of Great Christian Poetry

Regis Martin
Ignatius Press, 2001 - 130 páginas
These Christian poems were selected primarily because they communicate that sense of "superior amusement" which poetry at its best is meant to impart. They also (for the most part) rhyme, which seems an almost non-negotiable minimum to the making of a good poem. With poems from over 50 highly regarded poets like John Donne, William Blake, William Wordsworth, John Henry Newman, Emily Dickinson, Gerard Manley Hopkins, G.K. Chesterton and T.S. Eliot, this volume includes a number of striking specimens that amount to a convincing cross-section of some of the best Christian devotional verse written during the past five centuries, poems that in fact please and delight.

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