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Blog Watch: WB cited on Imagination

Wendell Berry, in his most recent book of essays, Imagination in Place, focuses on the importance of the human imagination and offers his readers insight into its religious significance. He says,

By imagination I do not mean the ability to make things up or make a realistic copy. I mean the ability to make real to oneself the life of one’s place or the life of one’s enemy—and therein, I believe, is implied the imagination in the highest sense. (“American Imagination and the Civil War,” 30)

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