MEN, WOMEN AND PLACES by Sigrid Undset

MEN, WOMEN AND PLACES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Collection of miscellaneous essays, for the most part dealing with recondite people and places, linked only by their connection with religion, whether pagan, catholic, medieval, mystical. Except for the discussion of Lawrence, which is provocative and stimulating, the people touched upon are for the most part unknown to the average American public. Limited to scholarly market -- or to those seeking something out of the routine vein and written with perception and intelligence.

Pub Date: Sept. 12th, 1939
Publisher: Knopf