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Based on diaries and his published works, Nichols presents an account of Adrian Fortescue's developing personality with an interpretative overview of his writing. Beginning with Fortescue's family background, it looks at his reactions to clerical training, and the wider scene, in Rome and Austria-Hungry at the end of the nineteenth century and the attempts of a widely read and imaginative man to adjust to the limits of priestly life in the East End of London, and the home counties in the Edwardian epoch.


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Author(s) - Aidan Nichols | Aidan Nichols | Aidan Nichols | Aidan Nichols | Aidan Nichols | Aidan Nichols


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ISBN - 9780718892746

Dimensions - 23.4 x 15.6 x 1.6 cm

Page Count - 308

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