Through a glass darkly : a study of Henry Vaughan's vision as poet and prophet
Penfold, Robert D.
SubjectVaughan, Henry, 1622-1695
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Although it can be argued that anything which arouses curiosity is worthy of human enquiry, and therefore requires no apology,the metaphysical poetry in general, and the religious writings of Henry Vaughan in particular, might still be considered enough of a dusty niche within the spectrum of the history of art and thought to at least require a brief foreword.