Page 3, 11th October 1946

11th October 1946
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Films By Grace Conway

PLEASANT SHOCK ALL these years that we have been seeing Westerns from Hollywood and saying : " That's one kind of picture we'll never be able to make," we've had Australia's......

Theatre

Mr.Priestley's Sermon Front Our Theatre Correspondent HAVE you sometimes asked yourself what were the full consequences of some thoughtless and selfish act — refusing to help a......

A Sword In The Desert. By Herbert Palmer. (harm 6s.)

Mr. Palmer has been a wielder of swords for a long time past. In an introduction to his own vigorous, straightforward simple verse, he tilts a lance at. as well as plunges a......

Earth And Ourselves

" Gravity of Yews" mISS Sackville-West has—quite unwittingly. I am sure—given us a new noun of multitude. Who that reads in her most lovely noem " The Garden," of the......

Of People

THE GREATNESS OF BISHOP CHALLONER Bishop Challoner. By Denis eiwyrtn, D. Litt., F.R.Ilist.S. (Douglas Organ. 8s. 6d.) The Merry Wives of Westminster. By Mrs. Belloc-Lowndes.......

Garden

TRANSPLANTING T this time we have to transplant many things. and it is as well to review theprocess. October sees us moving the last of our spring greens in their situations.......

A Voice From The Past More Up-to-dale Than To-dais Prophets

CHARLES Peguy is not an easy writer for Englishmen to understand, even for those who know French well. On the other hand, he is one of the very few European writers on......

Charles Peguy

Living Poet of Politics lion was the greatest single influence in his life. His family was of peasant stock. Peguy was rather proud of his grandmother, who could neither read......