[percy-l] Walker Percy's The Moviegoer, Seen Again by Paul Elie (Podcast)
lauren.stacy.berdy at gmail.com
Thu Jan 9 09:49:15 EST 2020
I listened carefully.
It was the crucial act of Dr Percy
At least for these eyes to show
us the desolate decline of love
In the world.
Showing us the daring adventure of
The quicksand of our mental
And that self possession can be
Even the Moviegoer filled withdeep life illusions Ends with an
I and a thou
We are that I and thou
That’s the mystery
It’s nuff for this one reader
“Allie and Will“ dialogues
Poems of illumination
Out of the dark cave into the illumined light of love.
“ deep might call unto deep”
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> On Jan 8, 2020, at 12:05 AM, Henry P. Mills <wppdirector at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear Percy-L:
> Perhaps this recent, close revisit to The Moviegoer by Mr. Elie could be a good start to 2020. As always, comments to the community are welcome. Enjoy!
> Henry Mills
> Percy-L Administrator
> Walker Percy's The Moviegoer, Seen Again by Paul Elie
> This lecture by Prof. Paul Elie (Georgetown) was given as part of "The Moral Imagination of the Novel", a conference held at Columbia University on 4-5 October 2019.
> The conference was co-hosted by the Morningside Institute, Columbia University's Department of Philosophy, and the Thomistic Institute.
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