Page 3, 14th September 1951

14th September 1951
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If We Tried Britain Could Feed Herself

WINIFRED WALSHE C AN Britain feed herself from her own land? And if not, what is the gap between present performance and that needed to provide an adequate diet for the......

Marlowe : Poet And Spy?

Christopher Marlowe. by Michael Poirier (Chatto and Windus, 10s. 6d.). Reviewed by BERNARD PRENTIS "MARLOWE is one of the poets who have most nobly expressed that thirst for the......

Gardening

DROPPED and mouldy fruit should be picked up carefully and burned. Very much trouble will be avoided next year through this simple precaution. Unless checked, grubs emerge from......

All Sorts

By Fr. Bernard Basset, S.J. Innovations THE popularity of foreign travel looks like bringing us embarrassment from abroad. Returning holiday-makers ea'. "Oh Father. Miele we......

I. Ij Bedtime Reading

for the Moguls and Dictators OSAIIND Russell, ariting in a recent issue of the American magazine "Look" under the title "They Still Lie about Hollywood" said she had recently......

The Innocent Eye

By IRIS CONLAY REVEREND Mother Stuart once wrote a brilliant essay in which she divided human life from birth to the age of fifty into seven bands, each of them dyed......

Under Authority

Father Ferdinand Valentine, OP., deals capably with the delicate problems of Religious Obedience (Burns Oates. 9s. 6d.) in a treatise which will help religious superiors to......