Richard Cracroft

RICHARD CRACROFT, Nan Osmond Grass Professor in English at Brigham Young University, is one of the most important and active critics of Mor￾mon literature. With Neal Lambert he has edited two anthologies of Mor￾mon Literature, A Believing People: Literature of the Latter-day Saints (Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University Press, 1974; online at http://hu￾ and 22 Young Mormon Writers (Provo, Utah: Communications Workshop, 1975). Cracroft continues to write nu￾merous reviews of Mormon literature in a regular column in BYU Maga￾zine and in other venues of Mormon criticism. A past president of the As￾sociation for Mormon Letters, he teaches Literature of the Latter-day Saints at Brigham Young University, where he currently serves as the di￾rector of the Center for the Study of Christian Values in Literature.

The Schroeder Mormon Collection at the Wisconsin State Historical Library

Articles/Essays – Volume 02, No. 3

Shortly before the turn of this century, a young criminal lawyer practicing in Salt Lake City, published on the back of one of his own pamphlets the following advertisement: “I want all books on the…

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A New Look at Repentance: The Miracle of Forgiveness

Articles/Essays – Volume 05, No. 3

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Fiddlin’ Around in Orderville, or, A Mormon on the Roof: The Order is Love by Carol Lynn Pearson

Articles/Essays – Volume 06, No. 2

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The Discomforter: Some Personal Memories of Joseph Fielding Smith

Articles/Essays – Volume 07, No. 1

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On the Way to Obsession: Surely The Night by Claire Noall

Articles/Essays – Volume 08, No. 2

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“A Profound Sense of Community”: Mormon Values in Wallace Stegner’s Recapitulation

Articles/Essays – Volume 24, No. 1

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Anne Perry’s Tathea: A Preliminary Consideration: Tathea by Anne Perry

Articles/Essays – Volume 32, No. 3

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