Literature and Belief

A semiannual publication of the Center for the Study of Christian Values in Literature

 

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"Every time a poem is written, every time a short story is written, it is written not by cunning but by belief."
— Robert Frost

Literature and Belief, sponsored by the Center for the Study of Christian Values in Literature at the College of Humanities, Brigham Young University, is a semi-annual journal of scholarly critical articles, interviews, personal essays, book reviews, and poetry focusing on moral-religious aspects of literature. Past issues have included articles by Wayne Booth, Bruce L. Edwards, Jr., and Peter Hawkins as well as poetry by Ted Hughes and William Stafford. Past special topics have included Willa Cather and Christian literary theory, and issues are being planned on young adult literature and on Leslie Norris.