Laurie, the Happy Man: Brother Lawrence for the Modern Reader (Hodder Christian paperbacks) ePub download
by David Winter
- ISBN: 034014730X
- ISBN13: 978-0340147306
- ePub: 1771 kb | FB2: 1593 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Catholicism
- Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton Ltd (January 1, 1974)
- Pages: 96
- Rating: 4.5/5
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Happy Man: Brother Lawrence for the Modern Reader (Hodder Christian paperbacks). Publisher:Hodder & Stoughton Ltd. Length:96 Pages.
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Thanks to the modern luxury of the Internet . Little Women Part Second (both parts are usually published as one book today) hit the shelves in May 1869. Laurie: My first name is Theodore, but I don’t like it, for the fellows call me Dora, so I made them say Laurie instead.
Thanks to the modern luxury of the Internet, shipping is an inevitable part of every fandom. Jo: I hate my name, too-so sentimental! I wish everyone would say Jo instead of Josephine.
I bought a copy of this in the 1970's when I was in college.
Series: Hodder Christian paperbacks. Paperback: 204 pages.
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Brother Lawrence was a simple man. But he was happy. Supremely happy, he said, for he had reached the summation of his Life’s Quest. Brother Lawrence isn’t a famous man and he didn't do anything that should make us place him on a pedestal in the social-historical scheme of things.
Modern critics now consider it to be D. H. Lawrence’s masterpiece, with the Modern Library placing it ninth in its 100 Best .
The novel follows the Morels, a family living in a coal town, and headed by a passionate but boorish miner. Sons and Lovers was written during a period in Lawrence’s life when his own mother was gravely ill. Its exploration of the Oedipal instinct, frank depiction of working-class household unhappiness and violence, and accurate and colorful depiction of Nottinghamshire dialect, make it a fascinating window into the life of people not often chronicled in fiction of the day.