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A Believing People

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A Believing People: Literature of the Latter-day Saints, edited by Richard H. Cracroft and Neal E. Lambert, and published in 1974, was "the first significant anthology of the literature of the Latter-day Saints"[1] and began the establishment of the field of Mormon literature as a legitimate discipline, and remains, according to A Motley Vision in 2012, " the only comprehensive Mormon Literature anthology ever published."[2] Cracroft and Lambert released an anthology with a more modern focus, 22 Young Mormon Writers, the following year.

Included authors

The collection includes works of many sorts (letters, poetry, sermons, etc.), mostly from LDS authors, but also some by those friendly to the Mormons (e.g. Thomas L. Kane) or with early-life connections (e.g. Ina Coolbrith) or similarly tangential relationships. Authors are listed alphabetically. Works without a listed author are not reflected in this list.

History

Biography and Autobiography

Letters

Journals and Diaries

Discourses

The Essay

Nineteenth-Century Poetry

Twentieth-Century Poetry

Fiction

The Novel

Drama

References

  1. ^ England, Eugene (Spring 1975), "Book Reviews: A Believing People: Literature of the Latter-day Saints", BYU Studies, 15 (3): 365–372, retrieved 2013-08-07
  2. ^ Larsen, Kent (September 23, 2012), "Sunday Lit Crit Sermon: Richard H. Cracroft on what makes a poem 'Mormon'.", A Motley Vision, retrieved 2013-08-07

External links

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