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This Man Lived And Died A Leper—yet Was Happy Through

service Who Walk Alone. By Dr. Perry Burgess. (Dent, 12s. 6d.). I. Too. Have Lived.ln Arcadia. By Mrs. Belloc Lowndes, (VIacmillan, 15s.). Never Mind. Mr. Lom. By Alfred......

Slisis, And He Had Again To Choose Between Two Roads:

the one marked drink and oblivion whose end was suicide, the other marked courage whose end was selflessness. It was the magical beauty of the island admirably depicted in the......

Less Than Meets 11w Eye

Jupiter Laughs TT is with considerable reluctance that one criticises any effort to introduce an orthodox religious theme to the London stage, and Dr. Cronin has certainly made......

Even Such Is Time

The Bible—as literature by JULIAN A RECENT article in this paper urged the reading of the Gospels as literature, and instanced the art that St. Luke brings to his narrative.......

Fiction

MAN, THE UNCHANGING Conquer. By John Masefield. (Heinemann, 6s.). Corridor of Mirrors. By Chris Massie. (Faber, 7s. fid.). Swamp Water. By Vereen Bell. (Collins, 7s. 6d.)......

Your Garden Is Vital

in War by E. ii KING, M.A., F.R.H.S. T the gardener who is at one with Nature, November is a month of looking forward rather than backward. So much that what we do now makes all......

Country Notes

MANGOLD STRATEGY AS a change from threshing, mangold pulling has its points, as an occupation to be judged alone on its own merits: none. There is not the dust of threshing......