COME WIND, COME WEATHER by Daphne dMaurier

COME WIND, COME WEATHER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

At first sight, this seems to be a collection of ""case histories"" brought out of the present war conditions in England, human interest stories showing how various conditions were met and conquered by a deep spiritual strength and understanding and faith. It is the sort of ""uplift"" and inspirational book that many will find of value as the war comes closer to us. More careful study of the text seems to indicate that ""Moral Rearmament"" is the path indicated, so better accept the fact that this is propaganda for that movement (the Oxford Group movement), skillfully presented by a woman who has been studying it through the human angle and the results on certain lives. I understand that she is not herself a convert, though interested.

Pub Date: Feb. 21st, 1941
Publisher: Doubleday, Doran