Angels and Awakenings: Stories of the Miraculous by Great Modern Writers
M. Cameron Grey
Doubleday, 1980 - Fiction - 402 pages
From Tolstoy to Twain to Kafka and more--the unquestioned giants of the modern literary world let their imaginations soar with fantastic tales of angels, miracles, revelations, epiphanies, and other stuff of heavenly splendor. Line drawings throughout.
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This wide-ranging collection indicates how deeply religious issues have affected modern writers. The stories focus on the workings of the divine in the world through miracles, epiphanies, and angels ... Read full review