Currently trifling with a bit of writers block at the age of 82 the possibility that frederick buechners 2001 publication speak what we feel not what we ought to say is his last complete book seems quite likely subtitled four writers who wrote in blood the book is buechners compassionate appraisal of four very specific lives and their . Buechner takes these four writers never mentioned in the same breath and shows us a hidden affinity among them in the process allowing us to see them as we never have before speak what we feel is a book of uncanny insight john wilson i look to frederick buechner as a mentor in literature and faith and this book marvelously combines . The weight of this sad time we must obey speak what we feel not what we ought to say w shakespeare it thrilled me that frederick buechner a writer i have come to enjoy immensely had written a commentary on the literary giants i admire gerald manley hopkins mark twain g k chesterton and william shakespeare. The last line of king lear gave him his title the weight of this sad time we must obey speak what we feel not what we ought to say buechner pursues each writers use of autobiography fiction and metaphor to plumb the numbing problem of evil each encountered in enduring traumatic life losses ruptured moral innocence leading to the . Speak what we feel not what we ought to say buechner frederick by frederick buechner and a great selection of related books art and collectibles available now at abebookscom
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