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Thomas Traherne - Impact and Importance - Influence
... Traherne's work was personally influential on the thought of such notables as Thomas Merton, Dorothy Sayers, Elizabeth Jennings and C ... of Meditations "almost the most beautiful book in English." A stanza from Traherne is quoted in the movie Amazing Grace, by abolitionist Thomas Clarkson ... in this fair world appear..." and goes on to say it is from a poem by Thomas Traherne ...
Jamaica Inn (film) - Plot
... Ney) comes to live at the inn, and saves the life of Traherne (Robert Newton), a gang member lynched by his fellow smugglers for embezzling ... Traherne is actually a secret law-officer, trying to bring down Joss's gang ... Traherne and Mary must race against time to stop a ship from being wrecked, and an unlikely love affair blossoms ...
The Green Goddess (1930 film) - Plot
... Traherne — becomes lost and is forced to crash land in the tiny realm of Rukh, somewhere near the Himalaya Mountains ... The next day, Traherne and Lucilla are taken to the temple of the Green Goddess ... Given a moment alone, Traherne and Lucilla confess their love for each other ...
Thomas Traherne
... Thomas Traherne MA (/trəˈhɑːrn/ 1636 or 1637 – ca ... Traherne's poetry, often associated with that of the metaphysical poets, was lost after his death—kept among the private papers of the Skipps family of Ledbury, Herefordshire ... the poems were initially thought to be the work of Traherne's contemporary Henry Vaughan (1621-1695) ...
Thomas Traherne - Posthumous Success
... As so little of Traherne's work had (apparently) survived his death, Traherne was previously labeled a "missing person" in the Oxford Dictionary of National ... were a picture of him (no portrait of Traherne has been authenticated), he would be put next to other well-knowns such as Wordsworth ... In 1996 and 1997, another of Traherne’s manuscripts were discovered in the Folger Library in Washington DC by Julia Smith and Laetitia Yeandle ...

Famous quotes containing the word traherne:

    I will not by the noise of bloody wars and the dethroning of kings advance you to glory: but by the gentle ways of peace and love.
    —Thomas Traherne (1636–1674)

    You never know yourself till you know more than your body.
    —Thomas Traherne (1636–1674)

    Such sacred Treasures are the Limbs of Boys
    In which a Soul doth dwell:
    —Thomas Traherne (1636–1674)