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Author: Jacques Maritain,John M. Dunaway
ISBN: 080711779X
Language: English
Pages: 111 pages
Category: History & Criticism
Publisher: Louisiana State Univ Pr; 1st edition (April 1, 1993)
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Jacques Maritain, the French philosopher, and his wife, the poet Raissa Maritain, became friendly with poet and critic Allen Tate and his wife, the novelist Caroline Gordon, when the Maritains lived in the .

Jacques Maritain, the French philosopher, and his wife, the poet Raissa Maritain, became friendly with poet and critic Allen Tate and his wife, the novelist Caroline Gordon, when the Maritains lived in the . during WW II. All four had converted to Catholicism-the Maritains in 1906 (he from a Protestant denomination, she from Judaism), Tate and Gordon in the late '40s.

Exiles and Fugitives book. The correspondence of Jacques and Raissa Maritain, the French philosopher and his poet wife who, during WWII, fled to the US where they remained for 20 years with the poet/critic Allen Tate and his first wife, the novelist Caroline Gordon, who were associated with the Fugitive and Agrarian movements.

Kieran Quinlan, Jacques Maritain, Raïssa Maritain, Allen Tate, Caroline Gordon, John M. Dunaway. World Literature Today, January 1994, JSTOR. DOI: 1. 307/40150111. The authors haven't yet claimed this publication. PDF generated on 02-Nov-2019 Create your own PDF summaries at ww. rowkudos.

The correspondence of Jacques and Raissa Maritain, the French philosopher and his poet wife who, during WWII, fled to the US where they remained for 20 years with the poet/critic Allen Tate and his first wife, the novelist Caroline Gordon, who were associated with the Fugitive and Agrarian.

The correspondence of Jacques and Raissa Maritain, the French philosopher and his poet wife who, during WWII, fled to the US where they remained for 20 years with the poet/critic Allen Tate and his first wife, the novelist Caroline Gordon, who were associated with the Fugitive and Agrarian movements. ISBN13: 9780807117798. Release Date: November 1992.

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Southern Cultures is an academic quarterly about the history and cultures of the . Exiles and Fugitives: The Letters of Jacques and Raîssa Maritain, Allen Tate, and Caroline Gordon by John M. Dunaway (pp. 112-115).

by George Sim Johnston. There was, of course, John Henry Newman, but after Newman virtually nobody who merits attention today

by George Sim Johnston. Jacques Maritain at the Catholic Worker. There was, of course, John Henry Newman, but after Newman virtually nobody who merits attention today. This broad retreat of Catholic art and philosophy had much to do with the state of siege, both political and intellectual, in which the Church found itself at the time.

Exiles and Fugitives: The Letters of Jacques and Raîssa Maritain, Allen Tate, and Caroline Gordon (. .January 1994 · Southern Cultures. Alphonse Vinh, a fellow of Berkeley College at Yale University. He is a librarian at the Yale Library and teaches bibliography in the Yale history and English departments. January 1983 · University of Toronto Quarterly.

William Congdon was the cousin of Isabella Stewart Gardner (the American, poet-critic Allen Tate's second wife) who is spoken of in personal letters between Allen Tate and Jacques Maritain (see pages 77–79 in John M. Dunaway's Exiles and Fugitives: The Letters of Jacques and Raissa Maritain, Allen Tate, and Caroline Gordon). After graduating from St. Mark’s School of Southborough, Massachusetts, he studied English Literature at Yale University and graduated in 1934. His cousin on his mother's side was poet Isabella Gardner.

The correspondence of Jacques and Raissa Maritain, the French philosopher and his poet wife who, during WWII, fled to the US where they remained for 20 years with the poet/critic Allen Tate and his first wife, the novelist Caroline Gordon, who were associated with the Fugitive and Agrarian movements. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.