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ISBN: 089966864X / ISBN-13: 9780899668642

The Seven Storey Mountain

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An autobiography of Thomas Merton.

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  • Seven Storey Mountain (Buccaneer Books) – Hardcover (1991)
    by Thomas Merton

    Seven Storey Mountain
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    Hardcover, Buccaneer Books
    1991
    English

    ISBN: 089966864X
    ISBN-13: 9780899668642

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Reviews of The Seven Storey Mountain

Overall customer rating: 4.875
Kemmer

Seven Story Mountain

by Kemmer on May 10, 2012

A great journey story of navigating poetry and religion. This edition with larger print is easier to follow than older editions. A spiritual moveable feast set in Newy York City at Columbia as Merton through the Eucharist draws closer to his calling. More

robertr

inspiring

by robertr on May 5, 2012

The book tells a beautiful narration of a nice religious life, with all its trials and rewards. More

joe g

Excellent Conversion Story

by joe g on Jul 29, 2010

i'm only through half the book, but it is an invaluable tool, a true testament, for any modern man who is a seeker. Most seekers that i know are led to a path to God, if their search is sincere ; here we have a very communicable biography of one such conversion. So far, I would even go so far as to ... More

Moze

Beatiful. He writes like a master.

by Moze on Dec 21, 2009

Tomas Merton speaks about his own life in way that one could think one knows him and he is talking to us. I do not normally like to read non-fiction books but this one was very good and I could not stop reading. More

gutenTag
by gutenTag on Feb 5, 2009

Gets a bit heavy in Catholic Dogma and praise to the "godlike" Lady or Virgin Mary, but that's to be expected. I really like his psychology into why someone would change their life as he did, More

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