The Structure of “Learning in War-Time”

Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Oxford

Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Oxford

I think I’ll make the outline for “Learning in War-Time” available much sooner this week. I’ve gone paragraph-by-paragraph, just like I did for “The Weight of Glory” last week.

What is so lovely about this piece is that it’s hardly about “Learning in War-Time” at all. It seems like the war (WWII in this case) was just a good stopping point for a scholar to consider life’s meaning, and how his own vocation fits into that. I’m very excited to hear about everyone’s thoughts on this one.

Here’s the outline:
learninginwartime outline

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1 Response to “The Structure of “Learning in War-Time””


  1. 1 cooking recipes for beginners July 4, 2013 at 3:31 am

    What a stuff of un-ambiguity and preserveness of precious familiarity about unpredicted
    emotions.


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