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... More > 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.< Less