Northrop Frye on Religion: Excluding The Great Code and Words with Power
University of Toronto Press, 1 janv. 2000 - 432 pages
The late Northrop Frye is Canada's best-known literary and cultural critic, and one of the most original thinkers of the twentieth century. During his lifetime, Frye developed a profoundly religious epistemology that informed and infused much of what he wrote. In bringing together his writings on the Bible and religion, this volume offers many keys to the dynamic essence of Frye's thought.
Well-organized, insightfully introduced, and carefully edited, this scholarly, annotated edition covers nearly the full range of Frye's intensive intellectual work on religion. (The Great Code and Words with Power will be published in separate volumes of the collected edition.) The writings presented here span a period of fifty-seven years and range from prayers to convocation addresses. Although remarkably diverse in form and content, they reveal the splendid coherence of Frye's vision.
This is a quintessential volume in the Collected Works, indispensable to all who have been inspired by Frye's work. In it we find the brilliant and often unorthodox record of a great mind imaginatively open to the transforming power of the Bible, and open also to what William Blake called "the human form divine."
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Humanism in Society
The Double Mirror
Repetitions of Jacobs Dream
The Mythical Approach to Creation
Crime and Sin in the Bible
The Bible and English Literature
The Freshman and His Religion
At a Memorial Service for Deceased Students
Wedding of Patricia Russell and Andrew Binnie
A Breath of Fresh
Baccalaureate Service II
The Dialectic of Belief and Vision
To Come to Light