LANGUAGE AND MEANING: PARABOLA, VOLUME XX, NO. 3; FALL 1995.
New York: 1995. Contains "In Light of Meaning: An interview with William Segal" - Speaking from the center; "Speaking in Tongues" by Mordechai Beck - The meaning of Babel; "The Word Made Flesh" by Tod Harri - The roots of written language; "The Story of the Arrowmaker" by N. Scott Momaday - Transmitting the traditions of speech; "Making a Language of Childhood" by Richard Lewis - Conversations with silence; "The Weaver and the Blacksmith" by Amadou HampâtéBâ - Language and craft; "On Listening and the Word" by Ross Fuller - The teachings of the Desert Fathers; "Mantras" by Mircea Eliade - The inner repetition of words; "Verbum Ineffabilis" by Anita Doyle - Letting the world speak; "The Quest for the Primal Word" by Ashok Gangadean - What is the origin of language?; "Ambiguous Truth, True Ambiguities" by Roger Lipsey - Utterances of the Delphic oracle; "The Demonic Book" by Martin Buber - The story of the Ar Vif; "A Playwright Speaks" by Christopher Fry - A call for a theater of meaning; "Word of Skill" by Mara Freeman - The art of Irish storytellers; "The Language of the Birds" by René Guénon - Communications of the mystery; "Discovering a Language" by Mary Stein - How the deaf speak; "The Powers of the Word" by René Daumal - Meaning in Hindu poetics; "The Beauty of Innuendos" by Peggy V. Beck - The paradoxes of fools' language; Poem: "Maybe" by Mary Oliver; 128 pages. Item #10612
Paperback in very good condition.