Gravity and Grace Paperback
by Simone Weil;
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Gravity and Grace
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Written at the onset of World War II, when her health was deteriorating and her left-wing social activism was giving way to spiritual introspection, this masterwork makes clear why critics have called Simone Weil "a great soul who might have become a saint" and "the Outsider as saint, in an age of alienation." Introducer Thomas R. Nevin is a professor of classical studies at John Carroll University and the author of "Simone Weil: Portrait of a Self-Exiled Jew".
Gravity and Grace by Simone Weil was published by University of Nebraska Press in June 1997. The ISBN for Gravity and Grace is 9780803298002.
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Details for Gravity and Grace
|Author / Artist||Simone Weil|
|Publisher||University of Nebraska Press (June 1997)|
|Number of Pages||236|
|Page last updated||23rd August 2017|