Temenos, Number Three: A Review Devoted to the Arts of the Imagination
Temenos denotes the sacred area around a temple, suggesting the intimate link between the arts and the sacred that has characterised the imaginative productions of almost all human societies. Through essays, poems, reviews, etc, the aim is to affirm the sacred dimension of the arts when properly understood, to show what the presence or absence of this understanding means in terms of our human life, and to call for its renewal in the creative activity of our own times.
Edited by Kathleen Raine, Philip Sherrard, Keith Critchlow, Brian Keeble
Contributions by: Christopher Bamford, George Mackay Brown, Keith Critchlow, David Gascoyne, Joscelyn Godwin, Jonathan Griffin, John Heath-Stubbs, Toyoko Izutsu, Brian Keeble, Jan Le Witt, Raine McKinnon, John Michell, Czeslaw Milosz, Harold Morland, R.H. Morrison, Josef Pieper, Kathleen Raine, Peter Redgrove, Jeremy Reed, Edouard Roditi, Peter Russell, Philip Sherrard, Michael Stancliffe, Robin Waterfield
Temenos Number Three, Temenos London, 1982
Paperback. Ocatvo. Ex-library. Usual markings. A used copy.