Speak what We Feel (not what We Ought to Say): Reflections on Literature and Faith

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HarperSanFrancisco, 2001 - 161 pages

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Interesting insights, but I'm skeptical of critics who examine authors' works and then pretend to some insight into their lives. That's a risky business. Read full review

Speak what we feel (not what we ought to say): reflections on literature and faith

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Spiritual writer, novelist, and Presbyterian minister Buechner (The Magnificent Defeat) considers four authors and the works that, in his view, each wrote in his own blood about the darkness of life ... Read full review

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