Animals and Fellow Humans

THE PATHWAY—Henry Williamson— Dutton ($2.50). After the War, William Maddison crept back to his native Devon, to the burrows, the sandhills, the rising and ebbing tides, to starry nights in winter, to summer nights of mad lightning and serene moonlight. At the Manor of Wildernesse he still found Mary, "grave and beautiful and innocent," who loved small birds and high winds as he did himself.

He thought of War and wrote, "The hair of my Mary is dark, and her eyes are shadowed deep, but the despair of the lost...

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