Foster, Ann T.
March 1985
Studies in the Literary Imagination;Spring85, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p49
Academic Journal
Literary Criticism
Defines contemplation and meditation in order to understand why Theodore Roethke is a meditative poet. Types of aesthetic virtues in the realm of art; Information on practice of meditative discipline; Memory of transcendent self.


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