Tate, Allen
January 1953
New Republic;1/5/53, Vol. 128 Issue 1, p24
Discusses about the relationship between literature and the arts. Conflict of feelings among the Catholic writer and the poetry of Alighieri Dante; Description of difference between literature and dogma; Portrayal of possibilities of man for evil by the Catholic writers; Role of the Church as a source of orthodoxy; Qualities of Catholic writers; Criteria for judgment of the Catholic literature; Contribution of the Church to doctrines of Christianity.


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