[ truh-hurn ]
/ trəˈhɜrn /
Thomas, 1637?–74, English writer.
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How to use Traherne in a sentence
Thomas Traherne is a mystical writer of singular charm and originality.
Traherne's account of the gradual dimming of this early radiance, and his enforced change of values is equally unusual.
To Traherne the Soul is a sea which not only receives the rivers of God's bliss but 'all it doth receive returns again.'
I am tempted, but will not be drawn to discuss how Traherne stands related to Vaughan on the one hand and Cowley on the other.
British Dictionary definitions for Traherne
Thomas . 1637–74, English mystical prose writer and poet. His prose works include Centuries of Meditations, which was discovered in manuscript in 1896 and published in 1908
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