Mysticism: A Study and an Anthology, Third Edition
Happold's book is in two parts, a study of the meaning and significance of mysticism and an anthology of mystical texts. The latter are mainly from Christian authors, and Happold has altogether an avowed Christian approach. Writing of the absence of any examples of Jewish mysticism from the anthology, he admits: 'Of the rich vein of Jewish mysticism I felt I knew too little.' In a footnote he remarks that there are 'some interesting examples' in Victor Gollancz's Year of Grace.
Specifications of Mysticism: A Study and an Anthology, Third Edition
|Author||F. C. Happold|
|Number Of Pages||416|
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