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Poetry and religion have ceased to be a matter of interest
Commentary by Kathleen Norris: Poetry and religion both have their origin in the spoken word, in tales shared around a campfire or sung at a cradle. Both poetry and religion suffer as they are removed from the oral realm: poetry can wither on the page, and a living faith, as it turns into text, can get lost in rules and regulations. As this poet puts it, love becomes a lesson. It is good to be reminded of the love that remains at the center of our lives, the universal love that, to paraphrase Dante, moves the sun, moon, and stars.
Poetry and Religion - Les Murray - Poem - Australian Poetry Library
Santayana's strong interest in literature and aesthetics is evidentthroughout this early period, but by 1904, his attention turned almostfully to philosophical pursuits. During this period his publicationsinclude: Lotze's System of Philosophy (dissertation),Sonnets and Other Verses (1894), The Sense of Beauty(1896), Lucifer: A Theological Tragedy (1899),Interpretations of Poetry and Religion (1900), A Hermit ofCarmel, and Other Poems (1901), The Life of Reason (fivebooks, 1905–1906), Three Philosophical Poets: Lucretius, Dante, andGoethe (1910).
INTERPRETATIONS OF POETRY AND RELIGION
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