Page 3, 20th April 1945

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Novels In General And Novels Dealing With Catholic...

In an interview with GRACE CONWAY THE Iohnsonian pronouncement on Oliver Goldsmith—that he wrote like an an g el but spoke like. poor Poll—does not apply to Mr. Bruce Marshall.......

Poetry

Alone About Our Dreadful Wood For the Time Being. By W. H. Auden. (Faber, 8s. 6d. ) The Black Seasons. By Henry Treece. (Faber, 6s.) The Bright-Winged Piper. By Padraig O'Horan.......

Pla.y

THE WIND OF HEAVEN M R. Williams has re-written the tile of Our Lord. trannured it to the Wales of the last century, flun g in some " Women a Weekly " dialogue, a cock crow,......

The Shop At Sly Corner A Clever And Interest-sustaining...

a murder-thiefreceiver of stolen property and general rogue, anxious in pretect his innocent daughter from the knowledge of (whilst allowing her to benefit from) his......

Film

BLITHE SPIRIT IVOEL Coward characters, once they J. a have escaped this fever called living, can hardly be said to escape to happiness. They find themselves in an even duller......

Garden In War E. .a By King Temperatures Are Rocket Ing...

down now, especially in the greenhouse.It is very _necessary to open the ventilators a little in um mornin g , and more if possible in the afternoon, • on any reasonable dile......

Art

HENRY MOORE MATTHEW SMITH . H. MORTON COLVILE T Not thampron Maaorma is H" Henry Moore s greatest piece of eculpture yet because it is the most human. Until Moore began lo......

Answers

Were uur Lord's sufferin g s really the g reatest 7 Sufferings depend for their measure on our consciousness of them; on our ensitiveness; and on exterior or inerior causes. Our......