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Essays on Values in Literature

John E. Curran, Jr., Editor

Renascence: Eassays on Values in Literature is a peer-reviewed literary journal that explores how literature is informed by and contributes to our understanding of fundamental questions of moral philosophy, theology, and spirituality. It is published by Marquette University as an expression of its Jesuit mission of the search for truth and the exaltation of human dignity. Contributors include W. H. Auden, Margaret M. Blanchard, Neville Braybrooke, John F. Desmond, Marshall McLuhan, Paul Robichaud, Francis X. Talbot, Grace Tiffany, and William K. Wimsatt, Jr.

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  • "Renascence is a singular and invaluable literary journal. ... It still publishes long, serious, and informed essays that allow both the writers and reader to cultivate the sort of intelligent and careful conversation that makes a great culture possible. It is a small journal that embodies literature’s largest values."
    — Dana Gioia

    · ISSN 0034-4346 (print) · Quarterly · Some back issues available · Contact the editorial office for availability ·
    · ISSN 2329-8626 (online) · Online access includes volume 1 (1948) to the present ·

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