Page 3, 4th September 1953

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Romance Of A Chalice

THE SILVER CHALICE, by Thomas B. Costain (Hodder and Stoughton, 15s.). By Julian Holroyd THERE are few more ambitious themes for a present-day novelist than one that centres......

Cindy Lou In A New Guise

LARRY VINCENT, by Frances Parkinson Keyes. (Eyre and Spottiswoode. 12s, 6d.) ARS. PARKINSON KEYES is 1V.1 the true fictional-architect. Her houses not only have character; they......

Painting In Three Centuries

By Giles de la Bedoyere PAINTING IN BRITAIN: 13301790. by E. K. Waterhouse (Penguin Books, 42s.). THIS. the latest publication in the • Pelican History of Art series, is a most......

Romance Out Of History

GO, LOVELY ROSE, by Margaret Trooncer (Hutchinson, 7s, 64.1. There is a large public for this kind of novel and this kind of writing-a romantic love story, set against a......

Your Day And Mine

By Elspeth Campbell C AN you choose your children's friends? Can you forbid them to bring certain of their school friends home? Should you do this? What will the children say?......

Children ' S

Corner D EAR Children: Do you remember the weather signs that I told you about a few weeks ago? I have just heard another one, this time about goats: if they graze with their......

Wa G H On A Martyr!

IA story for our own times: may it sell in tens of thousands EDMUND CAMPION, by Evelyn Waugh (Penguin Books, 2s.). HE world of Edward Campion is one which any man or woman who......

Gardening 1

TAKE a dibber and a trowel and 1. a rubber mat and get those bulbs In without delay. The ground should be just right for them now, and once they are planted and their places......

All Sorts

By Fr. BERNARD BASSET, S.J. Our Lady's birthday T HE official birthday of Our lady is kept by the Church on September 8. The date has varied through the a g es but the feast......