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).