The English Mystics

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BIBLIOGRAPHY
OF the many writers who touch on mysticism, only a few need be mentioned here. The following short list includes all the principal works cited in the text and some others which readers coming new to the subject may find worth while.
ANONYMOUS
The Cloud of Unknowing ( 14th century). Edited by Evelyn Underhill. Watkins, 1912.
AUROBINDO, SRI
The Life Divine. Arya Publishing House, Calcutta, 1939.
BARCLAY, ROBERT
An Apology for the True Christian Divinity, 1678.
BLAKE, WILLIAM
Poetry and Prose of William Blake, edited by Geoffrey Keynes . Nonesuch Press, 1927. Gilchrist's Life of Blake, edited by Ruthven Todd for Everyman's Library. Blake's Vision of the Book of Job and Blake's Innocence and Experience, both by Joseph H. Wicksteed. Dent.
BOEHME, JAKOB
The Signature of All Things, in Everyman, provides a handy way of making acquaintance with this inspired but difficult writer.
CAMBRIDGE PLATONISTS
Tulloch's Rational Theology in England in the 17th Century. Blackwood, 1874. The Cambridge Platonists. Edited with an introduction by E. T. Campagnac. Clarendon Press, 1901. Select Discourses, by John Smith. Edited by H. G. Williams. Cambridge University Press, 1859.
CARPENTER, EDWARD
Preface to Towards Democracy. Allen & &, 1883.

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Table of contents

  • Gerald Bullett's - Other Books Include iv
  • Title Page 3
  • Preface 7
  • Contents 9
  • Illustrations 11
  • Chapter One - The Subject Defined 13
  • Chapter Two - The Mediaeval Background 37
  • Chapter Three - George Fox 65
  • Chapter Four - Some Seventeenth-Century Poets 94
  • Chapter Five - The Cambridge Platonists 113
  • Chapter Six - William Law 129
  • Chapter Seven - Blake 161
  • Chapter Eight - Wordsworth 186
  • Chapter Nine - Comments and Conclusions 214
  • Bibliography 230
  • Index 235
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