Creativity & Imagination collection (5)
Creativity & Imagination collection

Creativity & Imagination Collection


The Creativity and Imagination Collection includes:

Hannah and Nathan | Wendell Berry

Letters from Vincent Van Gogh | Vincent Van Gogh

Four Quartets | T.S. Eliot

Painting as a Pastime | Winston Churchill

Spirit and Imagination | Samuel Taylor Coleridge

Why Work | Dorothy Sayers

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Creativity & Imagination Collection

This Trinity Forum Reading Collection includes:

Hannah and Nathan | An excerpt from Hannah Coulter, a novel set in Wendell Berry’s fictional Port William, Kentucky, as Hannah narrates the events surrounding her courtship and marriage with Nathan Coulter after the death of her first husband in World War II.

Letters from Vincent Van Gogh | In the course of Van Gogh’s brief life, he not only created nearly 2,000 paintings, drawings and sketches of haunting beauty – only one of which sold in his lifetime — but also left behind a remarkable trove of over 900 letters.

Four Quartets | Features selections from T. S. Eliot’s “Four Quartets,” thoughtfully introduced by artist Makoto Fujimura.

Painting as a Pastime | Churchill’s essay demonstrates the necessity of silence and solitude for the renewal of the soul.

Spirit and Imagination | Selections from Samuel Taylor Coleridge, thoughtfully introduced by poet Malcolm Guite

Why Work | This thoughtful essay engages the fundamental question of the purpose and priority of work. Sayers’ offers a philosophy and theology of work that encourages us to view our work as “a way of life in which the nature of man should find its proper exercise and delight.”

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