The Haunted Cathedral

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And during the course of its telling, and especially through his studied imitation of Chabanel's vow, Father Hector emerges not as a straightforward paragon of holiness but as a kind of "meaning specialist," a self-conscious connoisseur, like the Emily Dickinson of the poems about suffering, of the"tremendous gain" in meaning that accrues from the ingenious exercise of the arts of abnegation. I have read that agents and publishers tend to shy away from novels set in France (or elsewhere in continental Europe, as a matter of fact).

Pages: 192

Publisher: OakTara (February 12, 2014)

ISBN: 1602903697

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