For the Time Being: A Memoir

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Gracewing Publishing, 1993 - Anglican Communion - 214 pages
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Contents

My Father and Mother In Service
1
Growing up in Clapham
8
A Young Communist in the Army
18
Papworth Sanatorium Care in a Community
25
A slow train to Dorset and the Society of St Francis
31
Encounter with Algy
35
I think it might be right
42
Life with Algy Robertson
46
Student Preacher and Pastor
116
Round the World
121
A Friary in Papua New Guinea?
131
The Society after Algy and Douglas
138
Return to India East of What?
145
Alnmouth in the land of the Celtic Saints
153
In Algys room with a thousand echoes
159
Franciscans in America and Exploring Africa
165

Return to Cambridge
59
Finding my feet in the North East
65
The Noblest Employment of Man
78
At Westcott House
86
That they all may be one the Student World and S C M
98
Finding Common Ground Algy and Ecumenism
106
Monks and Nuns Unity through the eyes of a great Jesuit
171
Brothers and Sisters growing together Expansion and Experiment
179
Living beyond the Tamar A taste of Cornish High
185
Cambridge once more
196
Conclusions
205
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About the author (1993)

MICHAEL FISHER is Robert S. Danforth Professor of History, Oberlin College, USA. His most recent book is Counterflows to Colonialism: Indian Travellers and Settlers in Britain, 1600-1857 (2004).

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