University of 
Notre Dame

The Story of 
Notre Dame


The Catholic Spirit


Modern English Literature


George N. Shuster

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of Notre Dame



  1. The days of lost tradition
  2. Kenelm Digby and the discovery of the past
  3. The personality of Newman
  4. Newman the thinker
  5. Newman the artist
  6. Leaders at Oxford and captains of the Church
  7. Poetry and three poets
  8. Francis Thompson the master
  9. Inheritors
  10. Ruskin, Pater, and the Pre-Raphaelites
  11. The chroniclers of Christendom
  12. Robert Hugh Benson and the aging novel
  13. The adventures of a journalist: G.K. Chesterton
  14. The adventures of a historian: Hilaire Belloc
  15. The voice of Ireland
  16. The American contribution
  17. Literature and the vistas of the Catholic spirit


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