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Designed for both college leavers and adults changing career direction, this text covers all those jobs where skilled working by hand is required. Part of the "Just the Job!" series, it is aimed at would-be potters, locksmiths and wigmakers.
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Ellis has been in foul humor since Vatican II. She dislikes Calvinists, central heating, married people, charismatics, nuns out of habit, and, most assuredly, the Mass in the vernacular. General Christian bonhomie for her is agonizingly trite parochialism. All this and more she discovers as she journeys across her native British Isles, a seeker after a validation of her own brand of preconciliar Catholicism. She is critical of much but especially of American Christianity, although her knowledge of American culture appears limited and misrepresented at best (she misspells both Jerry Falwell's and David Wilkerson's names). Occasionally entertaining, her book is hard to recommend, because her smug, cynical, self-righteous tone does little to further ecumenism, interfaith dialog, or even the simple sense of the love of God.?Sandra Collins, SLIS, Univ. of Pittsburgh
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Book Description Hodder & Stoughton, London, 2002. Paperback. Condition: Acceptable. [Reprint]. PAPERBACK, 112 pages, a former library book with usual stamps, stickers etc. In clean condition, has had light library use, the flyleaf has been removed. Internally clear and clean. Prompt disptatch. [file bay 66]. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Ex-Library. Seller Inventory # 034698