Fitzgerald, S. M.
July 1952
New Republic;7/28/52, Vol. 127 Issue 4, p18
The article presents a discussion on the book "Modern Poetry and the Christian Tradition," by Amos N. Wilder. It has been proposed to relate modern poetry, both devotional and secular, to the Christian tradition, from which the former directly stems, and on which the latter always bears, affirmatively or negatively. The poetic experience is basically the same as the religious experience, but some poets sharply disparage such a confusion of the two, and make the scholastic distinction that one is of the natural order and the other of the supernatural.


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