Ferlita, Ernest

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FERLITA, Ernest. American, b. 1927. Genres: Plays/Screenplays, Songs/Lyrics and libretti, Film, Theatre, Theology/Religion, Translations. Career: Jesuit Priest, 1962-. Loyola University, New Orleans, professor of drama and speech, 1969-, now emeritus (chairman, 1970-88). Publications: Songs of Hiroshima, 1970; The Theatre of Pilgrimage, 1971; (with J.R. May) Film Odyssey, 1976; The Way of the River, 1977; (with J.R. May) The Parables of Lina Wertmuller, 1977; (verse trans.) The Spiritual Marriage of the Shepherd Peter and the Mexican Church, 1977; Quetzal, 1979; (with others) Religion in Film, 1982; Gospel Journey, 1982; Introduction to Poems of Gerard Manley Hopkins, 1986; The Uttermost Mark: The Dramatic Criticism of Gerard Manley Hopkins, 1990; Performance: Hopkins' Sine Qua Non (essay), 1991; The Paths of Life: Cycle A, 1992; Cycle B, 1993; Cycle C, 1994; Advent/Christmas Season, 1999; A Third Remove: Hopkins and St. Patrick (essay), 1996; The Road to Bethlehem: The Use of the Imagination in the Spiritual Exercises (essay), 1997; The Playwright as Theologian Confronting Evil (essay), 1997; In the Light of the Lord, 2003. PLAYS: New Fire, 1968; The Hills Send off Echoes, 1968; The Stones Cry Out, 1968; The Krewe of Dionysus, 1974; The Mask of Hiroshima, 1989; Two Cities, 1999; Ma-Fa, 2000. Address: Loyola University, 6363 St. Charles Ave, New Orleans, LA 70118, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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