The View from Murney Tower: Salem Bland, the Late Victorian Controversies, and the Search for a New Christianity, Book One. Salem Bland: A Canadian Odyssey

Laing, Heather
May 2009
Labour / Le Travail;Spring2009, Vol. 63, p271
Book Review
The article reviews the book "The View From Murney Tower: Salem Bland, the Late Victorian Controversies, and the Search for a New Christianity: Salem Bland: A Canadian Odyssey," Book One, by Richard Allen.


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