A Reader's Companion to Augustine's Confessions
E.a. J. Wetzel, Book four (53-69);
|Editor:||Kim Paffenroth, Robert Peter Kennedy|
|Publisher:||Westminster John Knox Press, Louisville-London, 2003|
|Topic:||- Works > Confessiones > Topics > [Commentaire]|
Book Three: No Changing Nor Shadow
Book Ten : The Self Seeking the God Who Creates and Heals
Book Four : The Trappings of Woe and Confession of Grief
Book Eight: Science and the Fictional Conversion Scene
Book Thirteen : The Creation of the Church as the Paradigm for the 'Confessions'
Book Twelve: Exegesis and 'Confessio'
Book One: The Presumptuousness of Autobiography and the Paradoxes of Beginning
Book Nine: The Emotional Heart of the 'confessions'
Book Six: Major Characters and Memorable Incidents
Book Seven : Inner Vision as the goal of Augustine's Life
Book Five : The Disclosure of Hidden Providence
Book Eleven : The 'Confessions' as Eschatological Narrative
Book Two: Augustine's Book of Shadows