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I Was a Pagan
London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1934 Original black cloth on boards. Light pencil notes inside front cover, but no other writing or damage. This author was closely connected with the Oxford Group, as well as with the originator of Alcoholics Anonymous. This is his autobiographical record of his struggles with alcohol and paganism. As a result of its positive influence on his life, this book was dedicated to the Oxford Group, "That disciplined army of life changers who gave new meaning to my life and new direction to its purpose." Front board scrubbed to remove white spots. Faint foxing freckles on prelims only. 271 pp. Please see our separate listing of What Is the Oxford Group ?
      [Bookseller: Dave Shoots, Bookseller]
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