Usually valuable and interesting book, both for the Christian religioni and for the student of poetry. The author's field is English literature but he is equally concerned with making our Christian faith vital. This volume densed form the results of a very comprehensive study of the phase by in English and American poetry. In his preface and opening and closing apter, fosser Mins discusses in general the place of Christ in poetry, noting the of poets who wrete as if Christ had never lived (Shakespeare for example), revolt against faith which characterizes much of the poetry (and other literature today. No the proceeds to deal in successive chapters with a, selected and the place they give to Christ. Included in the study are George Neary Vaugh, Richard Crashawe, Thomas Matthew Arnold, Alfred , Robert Stamley and a group of contemporary poets such as Both and Prepestant poets are included and are represented. ighly recommended.