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Why do bad things happen to good people?
How do we handle suffering?
How do we make sense of life when our loved ones die?
In 1745 Edward Young published a poem of 10,000 lines in blank verse whose popularity would rival Pilgrim’s Progress and Milton’s Paradise Lost.
In Night Thoughts, Young faces the loss of his wife and closest friends, pondering the hard questions over a series of nine dark nights.
Largely unavailable for nearly a hundred years, discover the timeless beauty and ancient truths contained in this matchless poem.