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by Newton Phelps Stallknecht,Donald L. Jennermann,David A. White,Mariyn C. Bisch,Marilyn C. Bisch

eBook A Congenial Departure, Or, Staknechtian Reflections and the School of Letters (Collected Works of Newton P. Stallknecht, 2) (Vol 7) download ISBN: 0773482253
Author: Newton Phelps Stallknecht,Donald L. Jennermann,David A. White,Mariyn C. Bisch,Marilyn C. Bisch
Publisher: Edwin Mellen Pr (June 1, 2004)
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A Congenial Departure, Or, Staknechtian Reflections and the School of Letters (Collected Works of Newton P. Stallknecht, 2). ISBN. 0773482253 (ISBN13: 9780773482258).

This is the seventh volume in a series of collected works by Newton P. Stallknecht. A Congenial Departure, Or, Staknechtian Reflections and the School of Letters (Collected Works of Newton P.

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Reflections on Newton P. Stallknecht, contains a biographical essay on Stallknecht, reflections by former students and colleagues, an essay on the School of Letters at Indiana University, and a complete bibliography. The reader wishing to become acquainted with Stallknecht's world will perhaps find useful a sketch of its general landscape and horizons. The fundamental principle underlying Stallknecht's thought is that philosopher and poet have both contributed significantly to the stores of human wisdom.

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This is the seventh volume in a series of collected works by Newton P. Stallknecht.