Page 3, 9th October 1959

9th October 1959
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One Literary On Another

By Fr. Thomas Corbishley, S.J. RONALD KNOX, by Evelyn Waugh (Chapman & Hall, 30s.). T HE publication of Mr. Waugh's life of Mgr. Knox is an event of mains importance. not only......

Artist

by the sardonic comment which was not without a hint of selfmockery. How true is the remark that "he never lost a friend or made an enemy", an achievement that was due not......

When The Rosy Glow Has Gone

MY FATHER'S BUSINESS, by Ahhe Michunneau (Translation Thomas Nelson, 18s.). T ails must have been an easy book for the censor. It is difficult to miss a word as it is so good.......

Music For Prestige.

THE 200-strong East Berlin Radio Orchestra and Choir have been touring England for the first time, and their concerts included two at the Festival HaIl last week. Beethoven's......

Unsympathetic Outsider, Or Sympathetic Alien ?

By Fr. THOMAS GILBY, O.P. THE SYMPATHETIC ALIEN, by J. Mitchell Morse (Peter Owen and Vision Press, 25s.). THE title is taken from James 1 Joyce's own admission about how he......

New 'reader'

The Mayflower Publishing Co. Ltd., in conjunction with Doubleday Inc., of New York, is publishing "Four Existentialist Theologians". It is a reader from the works of Jacques......

Theatre: Bewildering Cynicism

THERE is nothing American about "The Marriage of Mr. Mississippi" (Arts). The author, Friedrich Durrenmatt, is a Swiss who writes in German, and the entire action of the play......