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Traherne

Thomas. 1637--74, English mystical prose writer and poet. His prose works include Centuries of Meditations, which was discovered in manuscript in 1896 and published in 1908
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In her forward, Smith identifies four intellectual developments that hold out particular promise for Traherne scholarship: manuscript studies, biography and life-writing, re-periodization, and heightened political sensitivity.
which Traherne advocated the recovery of his lost vision.
Cambridge Consultants' medical division accounts for 40% of the firm's business and Traherne uses it as an example to illustrate his point.
The culture shocks of Tamil Nadu and his mood of sensuous overload in Madurai are repeated in a new dramatic setting, as experienced by the audience through the eyes of Traherne and the Crespins.
The resulting works are intense in their scrutiny, but we are also aware of the possibility of revelations to be found in those trees and skies, rather as the 17th-century priest and poet Thomas Traherne saw the world as 'that body, which the Deity hath assumed to manifest his beauty'.
Dante's 'Commedia': Theology as Poetry, edited by Vittorio Montemaggi and Matthew Traherne, contains eleven essays, an Introduction, and two Afterwords.
The dead animals were found in the Traherne Gardens area of Lisburn, Co Antrim, and the police are waiting for toxicology reports.
With: Dyfan Dwyfor, Gruffudd Glyn, Dharmesh Patel, Peter Peverley, Patrick Romer, James Traherne, Debbie Korley, Simone Saunders, Kirsty Woodward.
We seem to be hearing the same poet's voice in the third song, "Intrada," which features a lovely text by Thomas Traherne that likens a yet-to-be-written book to an infant's soul, "in which anything may be written," Finzi responds to this thoughtful text with an intricately woven melodic line and sophisticated harmonic language which, nevertheless, manages to be spare and straightforward as well.
Lok's example was subsequently taken up by her son, Henry Lok and followed by reformed writers like Henry Vaughan and Thomas Traherne.
He acquires materials from Dickinson, Thoreau, Shakespeare, Tolstoy, Heidegger, Well, Dickens, Buber, Keats, Stevens, Buber, Empedocles, Eckhart, Traherne, Milton, Pound, Ronald Johnson, Ovid, Baal Shem Toy, and Dorothy and William Wordsworth, among others.