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Phyllis Bottome


The Waiting Room

Elaine marlowe sat on the Rohns Terrasse and looked down over Gottingen. She had the timeless feeling that comes after a long journey. Everything had arrived safely and was put away, and recovered from, and as she sat there, on that delicious May mor [...]

This England

To those who believe that human nature is static and war a permanent institution, the question "Can England Change?" may easily be answered in the negative. There will always be people who believe that England cannot change, either because [...]

Hidden France

The old Anglo-Saxon theory that Frenchmen were people who ate frogs and wept over each other's necks, is exploded, but it is doubtful if any more real understanding has taken its place. There is not only the difference of language to divide the tw [...]