The barbarian within, and other fugitive essays and studies.

New York, Macmillan, 1962.

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Subjects Education.
Description 292 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date 1962.
Summary Essays are critical explorations of literature, contemporary culture, and religion by a Jesuit priest.
Contents [1.] Words are more than things: The jinnee in the well wrought urn -- A dialectic of aural and objective correlatives -- Metaphor and the twinned vision -- Voice as summons for belief: literature, faith, and the divided self -- System, space, and intellect in Renaissance symbolism -- Wit and mystery: a revaluation in medieval Latin Hymnody -- The myth of myth: dialogue with the unspoken -- [2.] Teaching and communications: Educationists and the tradition of learning -- Grammar in the twentieth century -- The vernacular matrix of the new criticism -- Latin and the social fabric -- Wired for sound: teaching, communications, and technological culture -- [3.] Wilderness and barbarian: Personalism and the wilderness -- St. Ignatius' prison-cage and the existentialist situation -- The barbarian within: outsiders inside society today.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)188019
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WorldCat Identities Ong, Walter J.
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