the website of Revd. Edward J. Ingebretsen, FCC Associate Professor
of English, Director of the American Studies Program, Georgetown
University, Washington, DC!
University; MA and BA, Loyola University. American literature;
Two books of poetry: Psalms of the Still Country (1982) and
To Keep From Singing (1985); "Love's Sentence: Domesticity
as Religious Discourse in Robert Frost's Poetry" (1989);
"The Priestly Ministry of the Physician" (1982);
editorials in America: "Gambling Fever" (1978),
"Women at Lambeth" (1978), "A Career Military"
(1978); poetry published in various journals and magazines.
"'If It Had to Perish Twice': Frost's Aesthetics of Apocalypse,"
Thought Quarterly, New York; "Love's Sentence: Domesticity
as Religious Discourse in Robert Frost's Poetry," Christianity
and Literature, Vol. 39, no. 4, Fall 1989; "Richard Tillinghast,"
Contemporary Southern Poets, Greenwood Press, 1992; "Robert
Frost's Ultimates," The Encyclopedia of Ultimate Reality,
Spring 1991; "Robert A. Heinlein." Bibliography.
(For Bibliographies of American Literature; "A. E. Vogt."
Bibliography. (For Bibliographies of American Literature;
"Lawrence Thompson," Dictionary of Literary Biography,
volume 103: American Literary Biographers, First Series, February
1991. "Batman: Americana with a Twist," Journal
of Popular Culture (1992); "Good Gloom: Robert Frost
and The Gothic," The Robert Frost Review (1992); "'Into
the Boundless': Robert Frost's Ulteriorities and Ultimates,"
The Journal of Ultimate Reality and Meaning: Interdisciplinary
Studies in the Philosophy of Understanding, Vol. 14 2 (September
1992), pp. 126-142; "Robert A. Heinlein," bibliography,
Bibliography of American Fiction 1919-1988, Columbia, S.C.:
Bruccoli & Layman, 1991, pp. 235-237; "A. E. Van
Vogt," bibliography, Bibliography of American fiction
1919-1988., Columbia, S.C.: Bruccoli & Layman, 1991, pp.
513-515;"'If It Had to Perish Twice': Frost's Aesthetics
of Apocalypse." Thought Quarterly, Vol. 66, March 1992.
"Writing the Unholy: Lovecraft, Theology, and the 'Perfection
of the Horrible'" The Fractal (Spring 1994) pp. 3-14.
"Maps of Heaven, Maps of Hell: Religious Terror as Memory
in American Fantasy" (Paragon, NY: 1995) Robert Frost:
Star in a Stone-Boat (San Francisco, Catholic Scholars Press,
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