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Pe’re Antoine

Pe`re Antoine by Edward F. Murphy Here is a vivid story of the inner life of a Roman Catholic priest.  It is a study of the motives which prompted his ecclesiastical activities and affords an appreciation of the tangled human relationships which resulted from love of self rather than love of God. Already as a […]

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Bulwark

The Bulwark, by Theodore Dreiser   How easy it is for a man’s wealth or his position to compromise his principles. Solon Barnes was a Quaker.  Ardently, he wished to sustain those beliefs and customs which were his by heritage and conviction.  He desired to live by the “Inner Light” and to practice simplicity in […]

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The Emperor’s Physician

Today there are many fads.  School boys and girls have taken to wearing brightly colored sweaters with animals marching across the breast.  Not long ago every girl had to have a plain silver clasp called a barrette to hold her hair in place.  The mode for knee-length skirts has been giving way to a trend […]

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The Black Rose

THE BLACK ROSE by Thomas B. Costain Would you like to go to China with us in this story?  The trip may be long and arduous, but there will be no lack of adventure.  The first paragraph will launch you from your starting point, England. It is medieval England.  Edward the First and Roger Bacon […]

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