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Daniel Berrigan. Love, love at the end. New York: Macmillan, 1968

“Corita’s script was backhanded, informal, flowing. It was pleasantly offbeat, sophisticated; the scrawl, intermittently legible, of a child who wrote for the fun of it, and was apt to abandon words, as fancy caught, in favor of doodles, stick drawings, or plain daydreaming.”

Daniel Berrigan. “The colors of Corita Kent”. In: Julie Ault. Come alive!: the spirited art of Sister Corita. London: Four Corners Books, 2006 (p. 115)

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