Page 3, 26th October 1951

26th October 1951
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Lamentations Of A Modern.

artist By IRIS CONLAY Miserere, by Georges Rouault (Trianon Press: Faber, 25s.). ANTHONY Blunt, who writes thc foreword to this magnificent volume of Rouault's engravings, has......

Win Friends, Popularity With.

Little Tricks of Everyday Talk A well-known publisher reports there is a simple technique of everyday conversation which can pay you real dividends in both social and......

All Sorts

By Fr. Bernard Basset, S.J. Saint of the Cenacle THOUSANDS in this country will share the joy of the Cenacle nuns when their foundress is beatified on November 4. A farmer's......

Trappistine In Exile

The Life of a Trappistine Mother M. Berchmans. O.CS.O., by homes Merton (Clonmorc and Reynolds, 16s.). Reviewed by Teresa Fuller M O1TIER Mary Berchmans was one of those tare......

I Gardening

I T is now time to dry off and protect some tender plants for the winter. The obvious example is the dahlia. The first step should be taken before frost destroys the tops. Those......

'nature Notes By Julian Holroyd

Squirrels play to the Gallery A LATE butterfly fluttering rather forlornly past the buddleia shorn now of its once purple blooms . . . a grey squirrel scurrying up a beech tree......

Musical Prisoner

By HILDA M. KIDD W HEN a dog-eared volume of manuscript recently came up for auction at g London sale-room, no one imagined that it would bring new light on one of the most......

Gramophone

No recording by the remarkable Spanish soprano Victoria de los Angeles can pass without mention in these brief mum Here is a unique set of Sik 10-in. records she has made of......