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Renascence : Essays on Values in Literature
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ISSN (Print) 0034-4346 - ISSN (Online) 2329-8626
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  • Notes on Contributors

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  • Evelyn Underhill and the Franciscan Tradition

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      Authors: Dana Greene
      Abstract: The Anglican religious writer, Evelyn Underhill, (1875-1941) is best known as a scholar of mysticism and an advocate for the practical mysticism for ordinary people. What is less well-known is that in her own spiritual crisis she sought out the assistance of the Catholic, Baron Friedrich von Hugel. However, before she requested his counsel she was greatly influenced by her work on a biography of the thirteenth century Italian poet and mystic, Jacopone da Todi who wrote in the vernacular. This essay details how Jacopone and his predecessor Francis of Assisi, brought Underhill to her contemporary, von Hugel, who himself was influenced by the Franciscan tradition.
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  • Unnecessary Thoughts with Randy Boyagoda

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      Authors: Randy Boyagoda;Peter Spaulding
      Abstract: An interview with the author of Dante’s Indiana, Randy Boyagoda, conducted by Peter Spaulding.
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  • Agency and Intelligibility in The Merchant of Venice

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      Authors: Joshua Avery
      Abstract: This article argues that The Merchant of Venice’s dramatic action invites consideration of the philosophical questions of human agency and intelligibility. The play’s dialogue provokes the reader or auditor to consider what may obstruct or allow for both meaningful action in the world and a genuine understanding of that world. Since these issues were also a major sticking point in Catholic/Protestant controversies, the piece also argues that these issues can be analyzed in light of such theological tensions. One of the article’s main conclusions is that Shylock’s radically individualistic view of law and obligation explodes intelligibility, and by extension meaningful action as well. This destruction lays the groundwork for a world in which conflict can only be resolved via violence. In this sense, the play reveals what is at stake in the questions.
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  • Merton’s Task: The Created Silence Remains

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      Authors: Bernadette McNary-Zak
      Abstract: This essay accounts for the rhetorical impact of Thomas Merton's inclusion - and later exclusion - of his 12C predecessor, Isaac de l'Etoile, in "In Silentio."
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  • Letter From the Editor

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      Authors: John Curran
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  • A Reflection

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      Authors: Ron Bieganowski; S. J.
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