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Really rare and Out of Print Books for Sale

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Warning: Reading these books may cause you to lose your "intellectual virginity."

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McCabe, Joseph


Twelve Years in a Monastery




G. P. Putnam's Sons




New York






2nd edition






The author was a priest in the Catholic Church and subsequently left it as he slowly lost faith in its teachings. He then began a life-long literary career until his death in 1955. He translated over 200 books and some 300 titles under Haldeman-Julius Publications and became know as the "world's greatest scholar. Quoted from the author's "Note to the Second Edition."

"WHEN this work appeared, six years ago, the only criticism that I observed amongst the great number of comments it evoked was a suggestion that I would have done well to refrain from writing about the Church of Rome for a few years. The first issue was soon exhausted, and a considerable interval has elapsed before I present this new edition, which has been frequently demanded. I have, therefore, taken the opportunity to revise the whole work, and now offer it as my mature judgment on, and as a completely unemotional and true depictment of, the system it describes. A few superlatives have been deposed from their high estate; many qualifications have wholly disappeared, and been left to the reader to supply; and the matter has been brought up to date here and there. Otherwise, except for a reconstruction of the closing pages, I have felt compelled to do very little more than a moderate literary revision."

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