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Commonweal on Faith and Writing Cynthia L. Haven

Commonweal on Faith and Writing

Cynthia L. Haven

Published May 1st 2013
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83 pages
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 About the Book 

Ten articles from the pages of Commonweal Magazine on the intersection of writing and faith. Contributors include novelists Alice McDermott, Peter Quinn, Valeria Sayers, and Jay Neugeboren, as well as critics Paul Elie and Bernard Bergonzi.The Catholic Novel: Fact or Fiction? by Peter QuinnConfessions of a Reluctant Catholic: Portrait of a Novelist, by Alice McDermottWhat Flannery Knew: Catholic Writing for a Critical Age, by Paul ElieBeing a Writer, Being Catholic: Sometimes the Twain Can Meet, by Valerie SayersThe Greene-ing of America: Graham Greene’s Anti-Americanism Is Essentially Theological, by Ralph McInernyThe Catholic Novel: Is There Any Such Thing? by Bernard BergonziA Public Catholic: An Interview with 2010 Laetare Medalist Dana Gioia, by Cynthia L. HavenThis Writer’s Life: Irony & Faith in the Work of Tobias Wolff, by Paul J. ContinoFiction vs. Nonfiction: The Power of a Well-made Story, by Jay NeugeborenRedeemed from Death? The Faith of a Catholic Novelist, by Alice McDermott