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The Way of Saint John of the Cross written by Susan Muto Phd performed by Susan Muto on Audio CD (Unabridged)

The Way of Saint John of the Cross written by Susan Muto Phd performed by Susan Muto on Audio CD (Unabridged)£39.99

For Anyone Who Has Faced a Dark Night in Their Lives, Wisdom from a Beloved Mystic Is there a true seeker among us who has not endured what St. John of the Cross first called the "dark night of the soul" - a crisis, a betrayal, a sadness seeming without end? In The Way of St. John of the Cross, you will meet this towering figure - mystic, poet, healer of souls, and lover of God - and hear how this great explorer of mystical experience left an unfailing map to guide us...

84 Charing Cross Road written by Helene Hanff performed by Juliet Stephenson and John Nettles on CD (Unabridged)

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84 Charing Cross Road written by Helene Hanff performed by Juliet Stephenson and John Nettles on CD (Unabridged)
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ISBN:  9781405502559
Genre - Main:  Non-Fiction
Genre - Specific:  Memoir
Duration:  120 mins
Length:  Unabridged
Author:  Helene Hanff
Performer 1:  Juliet Stephenson
Performer 2:  John Nettles
Rarity:  Rare

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Your ad in the Saturday Review of Literature says that you specialize in out-of-print books. The phrase 'antiquarian book-sellers' scares me somewhat, as I equate 'antique' with expensive. I am a poor writer with an antiquarian taste in books and all the things I want are impossible to get over here except in very...

expensive rare editions, or in Barnes & Noble's grimy, marked-up schoolboy copies.' So begins the delightfully reticent love affair between Miss Helene Hanff of New York and Messrs Marks and Co, sellers of rare and secondhand books, at 84 Charing Cross Road, London.

For 20 years, this outspoken New York writer and Frank Doel, a rather more restrained London bookseller carry on an increasingly touching correspondence. No doubt their letters would have continued, but in 1969, a letter informed Helene that Frank Doel had died.

In the collection's penultimate entry, Helene Hanff urges a tourist friend, ''If you happen to pass by 84 Charing Cross Road, kiss it for me. I owe it so much.'

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