“An exacting joy”: a glance at the poetry of Anne Ridler (1912-2001), an unduly overlooked poet, whose faith informs her verse deeply. Well known in Oxford and a friend of St Theosevia’s, she had worked with T S Eliot at Faber and was associated also with Charles Williams. Tim Naish, Dean of the Oxford Ministry Course at Cuddesdon and a theologian of mission introduces some of her work, considering among other things her use of the language of ‘seeing/vision’ as both a human and spiritual task.

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