This volume contains contributions based on the papers presented at the ‘First International Conference on John Bradburne (1921-1979): Poet, Mystic and Martyr’, held at the Università per Stranieri di Perugia, Italy, in March 2017. Each contributor adopts a broad perspective, investigating different elements and domains, such as poetry, literature, translation, spirituality, and mysticism. The essays gathered here reflect the multifaceted experience of John Bradburne’s life and the turbulent times he encountered in mid-20th-century Rhodesia. The volume provides a foundation for further exploration of the literary, theological, and humanitarian legacies of John Bradburne, and will serve to act as a stimulus for his eventual recognition as a saint of the 20th century.

Preface

Tomei R
2018

Abstract

This volume contains contributions based on the papers presented at the ‘First International Conference on John Bradburne (1921-1979): Poet, Mystic and Martyr’, held at the Università per Stranieri di Perugia, Italy, in March 2017. Each contributor adopts a broad perspective, investigating different elements and domains, such as poetry, literature, translation, spirituality, and mysticism. The essays gathered here reflect the multifaceted experience of John Bradburne’s life and the turbulent times he encountered in mid-20th-century Rhodesia. The volume provides a foundation for further exploration of the literary, theological, and humanitarian legacies of John Bradburne, and will serve to act as a stimulus for his eventual recognition as a saint of the 20th century.
978-1-5275-0778-4
John Bradburne; English literature; Mysticism
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