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Ross, Joy & Walker, Steven C., eds., Wayne C. Booth, Hugh Nibley, Eugene England, Robert Rees, and Others.

Published by Brigham Young University Press, Provo, Utah (1981)

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From: Pierian Spring Books (Sandy, UT, U.S.A.)

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Item Description: Brigham Young University Press, Provo, Utah, 1981. Soft cover. Book Condition: VG. Only Printing. 132 pages. A fascinating collection of speeches and panel discussions on the place of the Arts in Mormonism. Dr. Wayne Booth, a English Professor at the University of Chicago gave the now classic "Letters to Smoother," a wonderful critique of the state of Mormons enjoying the arts that is patterned on the type of letters written to an apprentice devil in C.S. Lewis' most famous book "The Screwtape Letters." Although his speech was later published in Sunstone, this is the only place that includes his equally interesting remarks after the speech that were part of a question and answer session. In addition, he participates in two panel discussions. Eugene England moderates a panel and gives his own fascinating introduction. Hugh Nibley adds an interesting perspective. Simply stated, this is an essential source for anyone interested in the relationship between Mormonism and all creative ventures. A few pages have some staining and former owner's name is on first inside page. Bookseller Inventory # 000334

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