The Pantheist Index

Poetry and Prose: Work by poets and writers who, while not necessarily Pantheists, compose(d) poems and essays that may be considered Pantheistic.

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  • Bryant, William Cullen (1794 - 1878) (5) William Cullen Bryant, a significant figure in American literature, was a poet of Nature and is often referred to as the American Wordsworth.

  • Fowles, John (1926- ) (2) English novelist and writer (also a conservationist and member of the British Humanist Association) much of whose work is considered Pantheistic.

  • Lawrence, D. H. (1885 - 1930) (1) Pantheist considered by many to be the greatest English novelist of the 20th century.

  • Steinbeck, John (1902 - 1968) (3) Nobel Prize winning author who felt that most of the feelings we call religious are attempts to express our inextricable relation to all reality.

  • Whitman, Walt (1819 - 1891) (3) One of America's best-loved poets, a Pantheist who wrote, "I hear and behold God in every object."

  • Wordsworth, William (1770 - 1850) (1) Defining member of the English Romantic Movement, he was deeply influenced by his love of Nature, especially by the sights and scenes of the Lake District.

  • "Sumer is icumen in" Middle English text of the anonymous 13th century song, the earliest known canon or round, with a translation into modern English.

  • A Northern Pantheism: Notes on the Confederation Poets and Contemporary Mythographers Critical essay by Maia Bhojwani on the theological and mythological underpinnings of Confederation poetry, with reference to the Romantics and the American Transcendentalists.

  • John's Scientific-Pantheist Poems Scientific-Pantheist Poetry by John B. Wilson

  • Mary Oliver A poet of the natural world, Mary Oliver was awarded a Pulitzer Prize for her book "American Primitive".

  • Nature Quotes Quotations from a variety of sources, classified by type.

  • New Year's Chimes Poem by Francis Thompson (1859 - 1907) with a Pantheistic interpretation.

  • Ode to a Nightingale Poem in eight verses by John Keats (1795 - 1821).

  • Pantheist Age Inspiring prose, poetry and pictures concerning the dawning of a new world reconciliation based upon the spiritual experience of Nature and the Cosmos.

  • Phoenix Selected and variously published over the past twenty years: program soliloquies, tone poems, rhapsodies, variations on a theme; also white papers, epistema, reveries, gallery, collage, and variations on Shakespeare.

  • The Garden Poem by Andrew Marvell (1621 - 1678).

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