Loss and Gain

John Henry Cardinal Newman

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Longleaf Services Univ of Notre Dame du
ISBN:
978-0-268-03613-3
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It may seem surprising to discover that a Catholic cardinal was a novelist, and Newman advanced this as an obstacle to his own canonization: "Saints are not literary men," he wrote... Más información
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    It may seem surprising to discover that a Catholic cardinal was a novelist, and Newman advanced this as an obstacle to his own canonization: "Saints are not literary men," he wrote, "they do not love the classics, they do not write Tales." He was only fit "to black the saints shoes-if Saint Philip uses blacking, in heaven." The background to Loss and Gain was a controversial one. Newman wrote the book in part to provide a title for publication by James Burns, of the later celebrated firm of Burns and Oates, who had lost his stable of Anglican authors by converting in 1847 to Catholicism. An understanding of the novel requires some knowledge of its Oxford background, of the university setting, which was compared in the fierceness of its loyalties by Newmans friend Richard Church to a Renaissance Italian city, implying an assassin with a stiletto round every corner. In short, there is a sense in which, in spite of its fictional character, Loss and Gain is a work of controversy, full of echoes of old battles over whether the Thirty-Nine Articles of Religion and the Book of Common Prayer s
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    Editorial:
    Longleaf Services Univ of Notre Dame du
    Idioma de publicación :
    Inglés
    IBD :
    Libro de Impresión Bajo Demanda
    Autor:
    John Henry Cardinal Newman
    ISBN:
    978-0-268-03613-3
    EAN:
    9780268036133
    Fecha publicación :
    01-05-2015
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