Page 4, 6th April 1944

6th April 1944
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We Do Penance, We Suffer As Individuals . . .

IT IS NOT ENOUGH. WE SHALL IIAVE TO DO IT AS A BODY. WE SHALL HAVE TO PASS THROUGH A COLLECTIVE PURIFICATION. ONLY AT THIS PRICE SHALL WE EVER ACQUIRE THE CAPITAL WITH WHICH TO......

Catholic Herald, Thursday. April 6, 1944 3

Fiction QUIETIST ROGUERY The Grand Design, By David Pilgrim. (Macmillan. lOs. bd.) Strangers are Canting. By I. A. R. Wylie. (Cassell. Ss. 6d.) Reviewed by W. J. IGOE CHARLES......

Sociology We A Re So Bad

The Edge of the Ab.v.st. By Alfred Noyes. (John Murray, 5s.) Reviewed by STANLEY B. JAMES IN puttin g down this book I have two I distinct impressions. Otte might be described......

Master The Piano

EA MY QUICKLY ENJOYABLY To learn to Islay really beautifully is not difficult—it easy—With peeper teadlilla! Even if you start at middle age not knowing a note you quickly learn......

Just A Little Pinch Of Besorbon Medicinal Snuff Every Night

and morning you will keep colds and catarrh away. BESORBON contains germkilling ingredients, scientifically blended (Dr. Hill's formula) and the minute particles attack and......

Poetry

Voices crying in the wilderness Pot-ins 1937-1942. By David Gascoyne. (Nicholson and Watson, Is. 6d.) Lorca: the Poet and His People. By Arturo Berea. (Faber, 7s. bd.) Poems......

Play

UNCLE HARRY THIS, to use Uncle Harry's own I phrase, is not " a creepy murder but quite a quiet one really." A cup of cocoa kills her and she dies with a cry and thud—upstairs.......

Garden In War E. J. By King Gratifying Though It Is To

have secured a fine crop of greens still standing for present and future use, it will be of little use unless we husband our supplies carefully during the present lean season.......