To Murmur Name Upon Name
- Rites of Passage. McNeilly, Kevin // Canadian Literature;Winter98, Issue 159, p37
Presents the poem `Rites of Passage.'
- Untitled. Mbuthia, Waithira // Literary Review;Winter1986, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p237
Presents the poem "Untitled," by Waithira Mbuthia.
- Against the Tide (Poem). Kiss, Jòzsef // Judaism;Winter/Spring2004, Vol. 53 Issue 1/2, p82
Presents the poem "Against the Tide," by JÃ³zsef Kiss.
- A Behavioristic Conception of the Nature of Morals. Parsons, Talcott // American Sociologist;Winter96, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p24
The article presents a behavioristic conception of the moral order. The term moral is often used in a very limited sense to designate a class of actions which are supposed to depend upon the exercise of the will, and which generally have a good deal of mystical connotation. The article consider...
- FAITH STORIES FROM ANOTHER CULTURE. Sistler, Audrey // NACSW Convention Proceedings;2009, p1
The article offers the author's insights on her faith stories from her experiences on living in Turkey for eight years. The author examines the differences of Christians and Muslims traditions that demonstrate faith and hope, saying that the differences reflect the individualistic cultures and...
- For Hans Keller. // Arkansas Review: A Journal of Delta Studies;1996, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p22
Presents a poem `For Hans Keller,' by Craig Raine.
- The Funeral (Poem). Wilson, Carolyn C. // New Republic;4/5/19, Vol. 18 Issue 231, p310
Presents the poem "The Funeral," by Carolyn C. Wilson.
- THE TOP FIVE. // New York;4/26/2004, Vol. 37 Issue 14, p119
Focuses on several events for children in New York City. Poetry performance; Reading activity; Theatrical performance.
- Gary Snyder's American--Asian Shamanism. Ling Chung // Comparatist;May2005, Vol. 29, p38
The article illustrates the far-Western poet Gary Snyder's encounter with Eastern religions by way of perceived correspondences between Native-American and Asian shamanism. Moving between anthropology and literature, it demonstrates how experience with shamans not only influenced Snyder's...