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The new Dappled Things is out!

It features two pieces you might find particularly interesting: first, an excerpt of a new translation of Leon Bloy’s novel The Woman Who Was Poor, which is the novel that led to the conversion of Jaques Maritain, and, by God’s grace, kept him and his wife Raissa from committing suicide. The second is a fascinating interview with the translator that includes some fascinating details about Bloy’s life.

Check it out!

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