28 March 2018, The Tablet

Rowan Williams on Charles Causley, the poet who fed his theological imagination


The poet Charles Causley

Rowan Williams on Charles Causley, the poet who fed his theological imagination
 
A 14-line poem inspired by a crucifix hanging in a Normandy church is said to be ‘one of the most significant religious poems of the twentieth century’. Cathy Galvin interviews Rowan Williams about the poet Charles Causley
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