Thursday, December 8, 2016
Fulton Sheen: Treasure in Clay
Fulton Sheen: Treasure in Clay:
Catholic literature and its writers have an acute and chronic illness: excessive exposition. The most popular nonfiction Catholic literature (by this, I mean widely read) is expository with no shortage of intentional, standalone quotable nuggets. Sheen gives equal measures of exposition, narrative summary, and dialogue in Treasure in Clay.
Posted by Beth Marie at 2:23 PM