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Detail from a page in the Farnsworth Hours; illumination attributed to Flemish artist Willem Vrelant, ca. 1465, Booth Family Center for Special Collections

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From Newman to Greene: English Catholicism and Literature

Howard W. Gunlocke Rare Book and Special Collections Room
October 2, 1984
January 15, 1985

In honor of Graham Greene's 80th birthday. Books, letters, and manuscripts by prominent English writers of the last century and a half who, like Greene, were Roman Catholics. Among the authors represented are John Henry Cardinal Newman, Frederick W. Faber, Coventry Patmore, Alice Meynell, Shane Leslie, G. K. Chesterton, David Jones, and Evelyn Waugh.