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Author: Charles Williams
Publisher: New York, Pellegrini & Cudahy [1949]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The story of a stone that confers on its possessor powers far beyond those with which man is naturally endowed, such as healing and instant transport from one place to another. But like everything that promises power and riches, there is within the stone a great potential for corruption. As it becomes apparent in this story, man's powers to resist temptation vary with his own inherent character.
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Williams
OCLC Number: 734833
Description: 308 pages 21 cm
Contents: The stone --
The pupil of organic law --
The tale of the end of desire --
Vision in the stone --
The loss of a type --
The problem of time --
The miracles at Rich --
The conference --
The action of Lord Arglay --
The appeal of the mayor of Rich --
The first refusal of Chloe Burnett --
National transport --
The refusal of Lord Arglay --
The second refusal of Chloe Burnett --
The possessiveness of Frank Lindsay --
The discovery of Sir Giles Tumulty --
The judgment of Lord Arglay --
The process of organic law.

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The story of a stone that confers on its possessor powers far beyond those with which man is naturally endowed, such as healing and instant transport from one place to another. But like everything that promises power and riches, there is within the stone a great potential for corruption. As it becomes apparent in this story, man's powers to resist temptation vary with his own inherent character.

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