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(National Review Online, March 1, 2006) 

1. What is “the Great Canon of St. Andrew” and what’s so great about it?

This complex poem (actually a chanted hymn) was written in the early 700’s, and it picked up the adjective “Great” for two reasons: it’s extra-long (about 250 verses), and it’s majestic. The Great Canon was written by St. Andrew


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