In the late 1920s, T.S. Eliot asked Christopher Dawson to write a small book on the meaning of family in the western and Christian tradition. The two would come to collaborate frequently, but this was the first thing that brought them together. A great little book. Enjoy.
And, by popular request–the missing pages. My apologies, but I don’t have the original 1930 version. I took these from Dawson’s 1933 book, ENQUIRIES INTO RELIGION AND CULTURE (New York: Sheed and Ward).
Thanks for posting this, Brad! I’ve never seen it before.
This is great. However, the doc is missing pages 22-23. Might you post a pdf of them?
ditto. I’d love to have the missing pages, 22-23. Any chance you can supply them?
Sister Renee, thank you for the reminder. I’d completely forgotten. I’ll run up to my school office tonight and hunt it down. Yours, Brad
Sister Renee, done! Thanks for the reminder.
Alvin, I finally posted them! Apologies for the wait.