1948, English, Book edition: Return to tradition : a directive anthology. Thornton, Francis Beauchesne.

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Physical Description
  • xxix, 926 p. ; 26 cm.
Published
  • Milwaukee : Bruce Publishing Company, c1948.
Language
  • English

Edition details

Title
  • Return to tradition : a directive anthology.
Author
  • Thornton, Francis Beauchesne.
Other Authors
  • Thornton, Francis Beauchesne, 1898-
Published
  • Milwaukee : Bruce Publishing Company, c1948.
Content Types
  • text
Carrier Types
  • volume
Physical Description
  • xxix, 926 p. ; 26 cm.
Subjects
Contents
  • Part I. The English revival: Section 1
  • The first resurgence: John Lingard
  • Kenelm Henry Digby
  • Cardinal Wiseman
  • Robert Stephen Hawker
  • Cardinal Newman
  • Aubrey Thomas De Vere
  • Frederick William Faber
  • Cardinal Manning
  • Gerard Manley Hopkins
  • Alice Meynell
  • Wilfrid Meynell
  • Coventry Patmore
  • Francis Thompson
  • Ernest Christopher Dowson
  • "Michael Field" (Catherine Bradley and Edith Cooper)
  • Lionel Pigot Johnson
  • Robert Hugh Benson
  • Wilfrid Ward
  • Cardinal Gasquet
  • Section 2
  • The age of Belloc: Hilaire Belloc
  • Gilbert Keith Chesterton
  • John Ayscough
  • Mrs. Wilfrid Ward
  • Maurice Baring
  • C.C. Martindale
  • Vincent McNabb
  • Eric Gill
  • D.B. Wyndham-Lewis
  • Alfred Noyes
  • Arnold Lunn
  • Bede Jarrett
  • Compton MacKenzie
  • Helen Parry Eden
  • Shane Leslie
  • Martin D'Arcy
  • E.I. Watkin
  • Ronald Arbuthnott Knox
  • J.B. Morton
  • Christopher Dawson
  • Sheila Kaye-Smith
  • A.J. Cronin
  • Douglas Woodruff
  • Frank Sheed
  • Maisie Ward
  • Bruce Marshall
  • Christopher Hollis
  • Evelyn Waugh
  • Robert Speaight
  • Graham Greene
  • Gerald Vann
  • Part II. The French influence: Charles Baudelaire
  • Paul Verlaine
  • Arthur Rimbaud
  • Joris Karl Huysmans
  • Henri Bremond
  • Rene Bazin
  • Leon Bloy
  • Paul Claudel
  • Francis Jammes
  • Charles Peguy
  • Henri Gheon
  • Francois Mauriac
  • Henri Bordeaux
  • Etienne Gilson
  • Paul Bourget
  • Georges Bernanos
  • Jacques Maritain
  • St. Therese of Lisieux
  • Part III. The Irish revival: James Clarence Mangan
  • Canon Sheehan
  • Katherine Tynan Hinkson
  • Thomas MacDonagh
  • Padraic H. Pearse
  • Joseph Mary Plunkett
  • Francis Ledwidge
  • Padraic Colum
  • Kate O'Brien
  • James Leen
  • Robert Farren
  • Part IV. The American revival: Orestes A. Brownson
  • Abram J. Ryan
  • Joel Chandler Harris
  • John Lancaster Spalding
  • John Bannister Tabb
  • F. Marion Crawford
  • Maurice Francis Egan
  • Agnes Repplier
  • Henry Harland
  • Louise Imogen Guiney
  • Clement Francis Kelley
  • James J. Daly.
  • James M. Gillis
  • Michael Williams Charles Phillips
  • John La Farge
  • Carleton J.H. Hayes
  • Charles L. O'Donnell
  • Joyce Kilmer
  • Sister Madeleva
  • Aline Kilmer
  • Heywood Broun
  • Katherine Bregy
  • Francis X. Talbot
  • Cardinal Spellman
  • Daniel Sargent
  • Theodore Maynard
  • William Thomas Walsh
  • Fulton Sheen
  • Helen C. White
  • Leonard Feeney
  • Sister Maris Stella
  • John Gilland Brunini
  • Emmet Lavery
  • Walter Farrell
  • Jessica Powers
  • Thomas Merton
  • Sister Mary Maura
  • John W. Lynch
  • Harold C. Gardiner
  • Robert Lowell
  • Joseph Dever
  • Part V. The liturgical revival: Karl Adam
  • Ildefons Herwegen
  • Pius Parsch
  • Romano Guardini
  • William Busch
  • Virgil Michel
  • Gerald Ellard
  • Paul Bussard.
Notes
  • Includes index of authors and titles.
Other Form
  • Online version Thornton, Francis Beauchesne, 1898-1963. Return to tradition. Milwaukee, Bruce Pub. Co. [1948]
Language
  • English
Dewey Number
  • 808.8
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