Arthur Henry King

ARTHUR HENRY KING, a native of England, was a much-admired pro￾fessor of English at Brigham Young University from 1970 until his retirement in 1994. He died in 2000. King wrote more than fifteen hundred poems but pub￾lished only several dozen. These poems appeared in Conversion: Poems of the Reli￾gious Life 1963-1994, edited by Fred C. Pinnegar (Orem, Utah: Sharpspear Press, 2001).

Latter Days

Articles/Essays – Volume 06, No. 3

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The Right Size

Articles/Essays – Volume 04, No. 3

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Visit to a Cathedral After a Trip Round the World

Articles/Essays – Volume 04, No. 3

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Hot Weather in Tucson

Articles/Essays – Volume 04, No. 3

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Winter Solstice

Articles/Essays – Volume 06, No. 1

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I Will Make Thee a Terror To Thyself

Articles/Essays – Volume 07, No. 3

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A Prophet is Dead: A Prophet Lives

Articles/Essays – Volume 08, No. 3

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September the First, 1969

Articles/Essays – Volume 09, No. 1

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Epithalamion

Articles/Essays – Volume 11, No. 3

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Ambulance Unit

Articles/Essays – Volume 38, No. 1

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The Banality of Evil

Articles/Essays – Volume 38, No. 1

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