Conjectures of a guilty bystander

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Doubleday, 1966 - Religion - 328 pages
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Although Merton prefaces the book by saying that this book is a random assortment of his journal entries and should be read as such, I was not expecting it to lack as much cohesion as it did. Many of ... Read full review

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He calls himself a "bystander" relating to his aloofness as a monk. He calls himself "guilty" in relation to not living up to his responsibility for the outside world. As a monk, he calls himself a ... Read full review

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