Dag Hammarskjöld's Spirituality Revisited: A Critique of W.H. Auden's Understanding and Translation of Markings

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@article{9cee93437c9b4b70a536e0333eb1169b,
title = "Dag Hammarskj{\"o}ld's Spirituality Revisited: A Critique of W.H. Auden's Understanding and Translation of Markings",
keywords = "V{\"a}gm{\"a}rken, W.H. Auden, united nations, Leif Belfrage, translation, spirituality, diary, incarnational, Hjalmar Hammarskj{\"o}ld, Agnes Hammarskj{\"o}ld, Henry P. van Dusen, Sten S{\"o}derberg, Gustaf Aul{\'e}n, Richard Foster, Nathan S{\"o}derblom, Secretary-General, Christianity, Christian, St. John the Cross, UN, World Council of Churches, Olof Lagercrantz, Paul Nelson, Henrik Klackenberg, Sven Stolpe, Eyvind Bartels, New Testament, Andreas Specker, Hjalmar Sund{\'e}n, John Lindberg, Roger Lipsey, Kerstin An{\'e}r, Karl Birnbaum, Waldenstr{\"o}m, Meister Eckhart, Thomas a Kempis, Moll, Mats Svegfors, communion, Leif Sj{\"o}berg, Jesus, Kai Falkman, Richard Davenport-Hines, Bernard Erling, source text, target text, white book, white paper, sanctification, self-improvement, Thus it was, {"}was what he was{"}, {"}Snart studar natten{"}, korset, evangeliet, evangeliets, hj{\"a}lte",
author = "Jan Nylund",
year = "2014",
language = "English",
volume = "2",
pages = "72--85",
journal = "Svensk Teologisk Kvartalskrift",
issn = "0039-6761",
publisher = "Gleerups Utbildning AB",
number = "90",

}