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Men and Brethren
Men and Brethren
Author: James Cozzens
ISBN-13: 9780929587080
ISBN-10: 0929587081
Publication Date: 1/25/1989
Pages: 192
Edition: New Ed

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Publisher: Ivan R. Dee, Publisher
Book Type: Paperback
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The Reverend Ernest Cudlipp, almost 45, urbane and intelligent, is vicar of a prominent Fifth Avenue church in New York. The story follows him through a singularly eventful summer weekend, his dealings with parishioners and friends, his professional and personal relationships. His solutions to the problems he confronts are characteristically forthright, often unorthodox, a product of the struggle between his beliefs and his experience. This is a deceptively powerful nove, filled with ironical intelligence, incisive portraiture, and onrushing action.