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By Greville MacDonald.
The Manchester Guardian :
“ This story is beautiful and living, serene and passionate at the same time. This spiritual adventure is related with great richness of descriptive detail and poetical beauty and raciness of language.” The Pall Mall Gazette
“The story holds its interest for the reader throughout." The Illustrated London News
A strangely fascinating book." The Observer
“The imagination in the book is splendidly high-soaring; the vision is clear." The Field
A very good story."
GREVILLE MACDONALD, M.D.
"Trystie's Quest,” etc.
BOSTON AND NEW YORK
Swathed in white clothing that the bravest dread,
Young Lazarus' body in the dark tomb lay,
Earth back to earth, the heavy, lifeless clay.
But One now cries : “Come forth into the day,
O Man I for Death is broke, bonds cast away,
As this old story down the stairway rings
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