The Life of Frederick Denison Maurice: Chiefly Told in His Own Letters, Volume 1
The present is not an abridged edition of my father's life. With some trifling exceptions, such as the suppression of the preface to the last edition, which referred to matters of only passing interest, it is textually the same as the last. -- Preface to the 4th edition.
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