A story that grows in stature as its central character develops, introduces Wilford Hollester as an arrogantly sure senior...

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THE WONDERFUL WAY

A story that grows in stature as its central character develops, introduces Wilford Hollester as an arrogantly sure senior who then bit by bit learns that life is made up of interdependence. As his mother dies, and he realizes his education was given to him by others, he decides to study for the ministry. There are setbacks when the bishop doubts his fitness and as a milltown mission brings back some of his former self assurance- which again has to be cracked. There is a spiritual message here, implicit in the subject, but growing out of the character.

Pub Date: Sept. 6, 1956

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Publisher: Holt

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Sept. 1, 1956