Dismissing God Modern Writers Struggle Against Religion In The Past Two Centuries many leading writers have held their quarrel with God In Dismissing God D Bruce Lockerbie explores the picture of this quarrel by examining the lives beliefs and works of t

  • Title: Dismissing God: Modern Writers' Struggle Against Religion
  • Author: D. Bruce Lockerbie
  • ISBN: 9780801058042
  • Page: 369
  • Format: Paperback
  • In The Past Two Centuries many leading writers have held their quarrel with God In Dismissing God D Bruce Lockerbie explores the picture of this quarrel by examining the lives, beliefs, and works of than twenty European and American writers Authors covered range from Dickinson and Emerson to Hardy, Lawrence, Yeats, and Hemingway.

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    1. This book chronicles the modern writer's struggle against religion, particularly Christianity. It traces the abdication of belief from "reluctant agnosticism" and "uncomfortable unbelief" (Matthew Arnold, Emily Dickinson, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Herman Melville) to "the absorption of Christian doctrine into a melange of pagan shamanism" (the Romantics), to "cold contempt for any suggestion that religion or religious concerns merit serious reflection" (The Nihilists). Lockerbie's categories and defi [...]

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