Christian Society and the Crusades, 1198-1229: Sources in Translation, including The Capture of Damietta by Oliver of Paderborn (The Middle Ages Series)

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According to Harold Bloom, "what divides each poet from his Poetic Father and so saves, by division is an instance of creative revi- sionism" In Tristan, the Poetic Father is primarily - and prob- lematically - a figure of this text. Art in Organic Synthesis by S.

More fully, in the post-Vatican II era many Catholic educators embraced the effort to further the catechetical renewal then underway and to develop holistic pedagogies that could move Catholic education beyond pre-Vatican II, largely transmissive, cognitive-based approaches to religious education, as exemplified in the United States, for instance, by pedagogies based on rote memorization of the Baltimore Catechism.