The “Art” of Living: Writing as Transformative Spiritual Practice in Isherwood’s “My Guru and His Disciple”
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Jamie Carr discusses "The "Art" of Living: Writing as Transformative Spiritual Practice in Isherwood’s, "My Guru and His Disciple." Carr associate professor of English and the Director of the liberal arts program at Niagara University. This lecture was included in the session titled, "Isherwood and the Spiritual Life."
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