9 edition of Walking a literary labyrinth found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 183-198) and index.
|Statement||Nancy M. Malone.|
|LC Classifications||Z1003 .M25 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||208 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||208|
|LC Control Number||2003043107|
Labyrinths in Literature "Mazes" and "labyrinths" appear in literary works of every kind--authors attempt to represent labyrinthine structures or themes in their writing, or set their characters, stories, and objects in the context of a maze, or reveal symbolic values from the . In the British Book Awards, Labyrinth was awarded Best Read of the Year. According to The Sunday Times, it was the second best selling book in the United Kingdom in , after The Da Vinci Code, selling about , copies in paperback. The Guardian ranked it Author: Kate Mosse.
"By blending historical and literary background with gospel insight Scholl offers an accessible guide for a day Lenten journey Walking the Labyrinth any day and every day. Along with 40 meditations linked with specific verses in Mark's gospel, the book has brief instructions for 'Ways to Walk the Labyrinth,' five references for further Brand: InterVarsity Press. Who of us doesn’t have a list of books that changed our life? Reflecting on her own reading life, Nancy Malone examines the influence of reading in how we define ourselves. Throughout, she likens the experience of reading to walking a labyrinth.
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Walking a Literary Labyrinth book. Read 26 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Who of us doesn’t have a list of books that changed ou /5.
Walking a Literary Labyrinth is a life-changing book for some readers, a "yes I recognize that feeling" for other readers and a "talk about stating the obvious" for others. As a Vatican II Catholic who grew up in a reading family, I had trouble relating to many sections of the book/5(5).
Meditative, engaging and spiritual in itself, Walking a Literary Labyrinth is a wonderfully intimate account of one woman's love affair with the world of books and reading. Part autobiography, part celebration, and infused with soul-affirming passion, Malone inspires us to try to understand our own spiritual journey, one which begins and.
Walking Walking a literary labyrinth book Literary Labyrinth is a structured book. Follow the author as she examines the role that reading plays in giving meaning to the worthiness within ourselves as it pertain to those books that makes a difference in your life/5.
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In Walking a Literary Labyrinth, Malone invites all us readers, of every religious tradition, or none, to consider the influence of reading in our own lives—how and why particular books stay with us, how they shape us, and how they enlarge our humanity. Walking A Literary Labyrinth: A Spirituality of Reading by Nancy MaloneOur journey through life can be enlightened with pleasurable nuggets worth recording.
Recording the remembrance of a literary life was done ever so eloquently in the name of Walking A Literary Labyrinth: A Spirituality of Reading as told by Nancy Malone, an Ursuline Nun with 5/5(4).
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In Walking a Literary Labyrinth, Malone invites all us readers, of every religious tradition, or none, to consider the influence of reading in our own lives—how and why particular books stay with us, how they shape us, and how they enlarge our humanity/5(26).
CHAPTER XXII THE LABYRINTH IN LITERATURE. THE romantic and mysterious flavour of the words "maze" and "labyrinth" has induced many a writer of fiction to adopt one or the other as the theme of a story, or as the setting of some of the action in a story, or else to use the name as an attractive symbolical title for a work.
The book includes a bibliography to inspire readers to seek out the unfamiliar or return to old favorites. In Walking a literary labyrinth, Malone invites readers of all religious traditions, or none, to consider the influence of reading in their own livesPages: Get this from a library.
Walking a literary labyrinth: a spirituality of reading. [Nancy M Malone] -- Reflecting on her own reading life, Nancy Malone examines the role that reading plays in defining ourselves.
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Walking a literary labyrinth by Nancy M. Malone,Riverhead Books edition, in EnglishPages: After closing Walking a Literary Labyrinth, we were again struck by the thought that religious congregations should give more attention to a discussion of novels and bestsellers in their educational programs.
This would offer another way for believers to share resources that have been important to them on the spiritual path. Walking a literary labyrinth by Nancy M. Malone; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Books and reading, Spiritual life, Nuns; People: Nancy M.
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Malone ratings, average rating, 26 reviews Walking a Literary Labyrinth Quotes Showing of 4 “You do what you were made to do.Walking a Literary Labyrinth / Nancy M. Malone New York: Riverhead, p.
This is a lovely book, written by a nun who has found in reading a true spiritual path. In reading this, I felt that she was preaching to the choir, since I feel exactly the same way.Nancy M.
Malone WALKING A LITERARY LABYRINTH: A Spirituality of Reading 1st Printing Hardcover New York Riverhead Hardcover Near Fine in a Near Fine dust jacket. Sticker residue to Seller Rating: % positive.