The Things They Didn't Tell Me
humoroiis collection of subjects which the author suggests were
omitted from her education. Illustrated. About 6s.
* MARY MILLER
South of the Water
rhis is one of the most remarkable books ever written by a par son., and
will, we think., become a "best-seller". It is the true and frank
account of the author's life and ivork among the poor, not only in tie
Waterloo Road, but at Woolwich. There has been no book like it sim •
Hugh Redwood's famous "God in the Slums". Crown 8vo. About 6?,
to THE REV. C. W. HUTCHINSON
(Vicar of St. John's, Waterloo Road)
Can You Write Magazine Stories?
Mr. Williamson is Editor of "The Writer" and has written many
books on the art of the short story and the writing of 'English in
general. In this new volume he deals clearly and succinctly with
the question of writing magazine stories and the problem of marketing
them. It is a book invaluable to every aspiring author.
Crown Svo. 4*-. 6d.
h KENNEDY WILLIAMSON, M.A.
rhis is a book about Youth in Politics. It has been written by a
young Tory, who prefers the word Tory to Conservative because it
reminds him that Toryism is rebellious as well as tranquil. He
appeals to young people, particularly young Tories., fo study the basis of
their Toryism, to remember that Toryism is not the politics of the
"status quo", but the restoration of progress through tradition, which
tradition is being destroyed by "Left educators. Demy %vo. 8s. 6d.
h H. W. J. EDWARDS
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