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Sandford and Merton By THOMAS DAY
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THOMAS DAY Sandford and Merton Thomas Day was born in London on June 22, 1748, and educated at the Charterhouse and at Corpus Christi College, Oxford. Entering the Middle Temple in 1765, he was... More > called to the Bar ten years later, but never practised. A contemporary and disciple of Rousseau, he convinced himself that human suffering was, in the main, the result of the artificial arrangements of society, and inheriting a fortune at an early age he spent large sums in philanthropy. A poem written by him in 1773, entitled "The Dying Negro," has been described as supplying the keynote of the anti-slavery movement. His "History of Sandford and Merton," published in three volumes between the years 1783 and 1789, provided a channel through which many generations of English people have imbibed a kind of refined Rousseauism.< Less
An Autobiography Entitled MY STORY By Merton Pullen
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An Autobiography Entitled MY STORY By Merton Pullen
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Do You Love Your Team? A Quiz Book for Manchester United Fans By Colin Merton
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Do you love Manchester United? This book will test your knowledge, with questions about all the big games, and all the big names, from United's glorious history. Questions range from easy to tough -... More > and many will provide an exciting challenge for even the biggest fan. Next time you're talking United with your friends, you'll be the one with the knowledge to challenge them. Who did United beat to win their first European Cup? Who was Sparky? Which club did Javier Hernandez sign from? Which manager released a Christmas song? Know the answers - or want to find out? What are you waiting for? Let's see just how much you love your team.< Less
The History of Sandford and Merton By Thomas Day
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The History of Sandford and Merton, a bestselling children's book written by Thomas Day. He began his book as a contribution to Richard Lovell and Honora Edgeworth’s Harry and Lucy, a... More > collection of short stories for children that Maria Edgeworth continued some years after Honora died. He eventually expanded his original short story into the first volume of The History of Sandford and Merton which was published anonymously in 1783; two further volumes subsequently followed in 1786 and 1789. The book was wildly successful and was reprinted until the end of the nineteenth century. It retained enough popularity or invoked enough nostalgia at the end of the nineteenth century to inspire a satire, The New History of Sandford and Merton, whose preface proudly announces that it will “teach you what to don’t.” Collection of connected stories which follows Tommy Merton from a spoiled boy into a virtuous man, thanks largely to the influence of the honest Henry Sandford (a poor farmer's son).< Less
Thomas Merton and the Beats of the North Cascades By Ron Dart
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Thomas Merton was a pioneer in recovering the classical western contemplative path. The Beats of the North Cascades (Rexroth, Snyder, Whalen, Kerouac) pointed the way to the contemplative trail,... More > also. There has been little discussion on the relationship between Merton and the Beats of the North Cascades. The correspondence and interaction between these men is legendary and thick with insight and wisdom. Thomas Merton and the Beats of the North Cascades highlights how and why these lookout prophets and sages attempted to reverse centuries of addiction to the vita activa and American manifest destiny and replace such a way of being and doing with the vita contemplativa. The mythic meaning of peaks and mountains, lookouts and valley loomed large in the life and writings of Merton and the North Cascade poets. This missive examines and probes how and why such rock spires and snow capped peaks spoke to the depths of these writers, and how such vistas and ancient trails can still draw us ever upwards.< Less
The Stranger in Thomas Merton and the 14th Dalai Lama By Mario Aguilar Benítez
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This essay outlines three aspects of Merton’s encounter with the Dalai Lama in 1968 [see ‘Asian Letter’ 9 November 1968 and Asian Diary]: (a) the commonality of the spiritual... More > experience, (b) the difference of context and path, and (c) the common call to kindness and love for the stranger.< Less
The Stranger in Thomas Merton and the 14th Dalai Lama By Mario Aguilar Benítez
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This essay outlines three aspects of Merton’s encounter with the Dalai Lama in 1968 [see ‘Asian Letter’ 9 November 1968 and Asian Diary]: (a) the commonality of the spiritual... More > experience, (b) the difference of context and path, and (c) the common call to kindness and love for the stranger.< Less
Merton, Mercuse and Monasticism: Critical Dialogues on Love and Religious Diversity By Mario Aguilar Benitez
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Despite the fact that Thomas Merton was so active in corresponding and supporting peace activists and those involved in inter-faith dialogue he was a member of the Order of Cistercians of the Strict... More > Observance (Trappists) and had lived as a contemplative monk at the Abbey of Gethsemani in Kentucky for twenty seven years. His last lecture delivered in Bangkok was on the contribution of the Marxist thinker Herbert Marcuse and its Marxist contribution to the renewal of monasticism. This intriguing lecture, not fashionable any longer after the end of Marxist regimes in Eastern Europe, was rather important and constitutes the subject of this work.< Less
Merton, Mercuse and Monasticism: Critical Dialogues on Love and Religious Diversity By Mario Aguilar Benitez
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Despite the fact that Thomas Merton was so active in corresponding and supporting peace activists and those involved in inter-faith dialogue he was a member of the Order of Cistercians of the Strict... More > Observance (Trappists) and had lived as a contemplative monk at the Abbey of Gethsemani in Kentucky for twenty seven years. His last lecture delivered in Bangkok was on the contribution of the Marxist thinker Herbert Marcuse and its Marxist contribution to the renewal of monasticism. This intriguing lecture, not fashionable any longer after the end of Marxist regimes in Eastern Europe, was rather important and constitutes the subject of this work.< Less