Kessinger Publishing, 01.06.2004 - 176 Seiten
A canting, hypocritical parson, type not uncommon, described over and over again in novels, and thoroughly familiar to theatre-goers. Such, no doubt, will be the summary verdict passed upon Mr. Cardew. The truth is, however, that he did not cant, and was not a hypocrite. One or two observations here may perhaps be pertinent. The accusation of hypocrisy, if we mean lofty assertion, and occasional and even conspicuous moral failure, may be brought against some of the greatest figures in history.
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