Page 6, 29th July 1949

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A Medieval Humanist

Visions from Piers Plowman. Translated into Modern' English by Nevill Coghill. (Phoenix House. 12s. 6d.). Reviewed by STANLEY B. JAMES IN Chaucer's Canterbury Tales a pilgrimage......

History

MORE THAN A LIBERTINE Great Villiers. A Study of George Villiers, Second Duke of Buckingham. By Hester W. Chapman. (Martin Seeker & Warburg. I8s. net.) Reviewed by C. G.......

Garden

SOWING FOR NEXT YEAR LAST week I referred to sowings which can be made now to give a yield in the autumn and winter, and mentioned that " sprin g " cabbages should not be sown......

Family Matters

Cold Tea poR a coolin g and refreshing drink. make some tea A • in the ordinary way (China tea if you have it) and pour off into a jug after it has infused for about five......

If You Want To Visit Portugal

The Selective Traveller in Portugal. By Ann Bridge and Susan Lowndes. (Evans. 21s.) Reviewed by FR. MARTINDALE B OW often, during pilgrimages I to Rome, we have watched the......

Catholics And The New Interest In Religions

bY N Of The East who said that we should feel a special "shame " for the loss to the Church of the masses of the working classes through social injustices. Ought we not also......

Bernard Prentis

THERE are, at least, two very good reasons why Catholics, in particular, should take a sincere and sympathetic interest in the growing literature in English on Eastern thought......

A Letter To Catholic Schoolboys

"'MERE'S something wrong with the world." How often have you heard that since the end of the war? Perhaps it puzzles you. Your own little world does not seem so bad; in fact,......