Blood Red, Sister Rose

Blood Red, Sister Rose

When young Charles was seven he lived in his own suite of apartments at the Hotel Barbette in the capital. More info →
Confederates

Confederates

In the second year of the war, Mrs. Ephephtha Bumpass saw her husband Usaph unexpectedly one cold March night. More info →
Chant of Jimmy Blacksmith, The

Chant of Jimmy Blacksmith, The

In June of 1900 Jimmie Blacksmith's maternal uncle Tabidgi - Jackie Smolders to the white world - was disturbed to get news that Jimmie had married a white girl in the Methodist church at Wallah. More info →
Flying Hero Class

Flying Hero Class

The remote Australian tribe called the Barramatjara had two early brushes with Christianity, both of them so different as to make the tribespeople question whether Christianity was one entity or a series of intrusions from remote space. More info →
Gossip from the Forest

Gossip from the Forest

On Wednesday afternoon, at his headquarters in Senlis, the Marshal had a visit from the Premier of France. More info →
Playmaker, The

Playmaker, The

First Ralph heard again how Harry had-one evening in the settlement's first days- - discovered Duckling's absence from her tent across the stream. More info →
Three Cheers for the Paraclete

Three Cheers for the Paraclete

One Saturday evening, Maitland had to say Mass on a headland for a guild of graduates. More info →
Woman of the Inner Sea

Woman of the Inner Sea

A woman in her early thirties, our traveler, the handsome but slightly frowning Kate Gaffney-Kozinski, running across the rain-glossed pavement in Potts Point, saw from a poster in front of the closed newsagent's that her defrocked uncle had given another More info →
Schindler’s Ark

Schindler’s Ark

In Poland's deepest autumn, a tall young man in an expensive overcoat, double-breasted dinner jacket beneath it and--in the lapel of the dinner jacket--a large ornamental gold-on-black-enamel Hakenkreuz (swastika) emerged from a fashionable apartment buil More info →