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Carol Harrison is Professor of the History and Theology of the Latin West at Durham University.
Table of Contents
Preface Introduction: Voices of the Page First Impromptu: The Other Side of Language or listening to the voice of Being I: An Auditory Culture 1. Listening in Cultural Context 2. Rhetoric and the Art of Listening 3. Images and Echoes II: Theme and Variations 4. Catechesis: Sounding the Theme Second Impromptu : Playing ball: the art of reception 5. Preaching: Variations on the Theme Third Impromptu: Singing the blues III: From Listening to Hearing 6. The Polyphony of Prayer 7. From the bottom to the bottomless Bibliography