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A Calendar of Saints for Unbelievers

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Published November 28th 1982 by Independent Publishers Group (first published November 1982)
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Ann Michael
Jan 23, 2008 Ann Michael rated it it was amazing
A terrific little resource. Humorously written yet informative, and I've found it a delightful starting-point for more serious hagiographical research. It does happen to be accurate for saints' days, too, so is a handy reference for those times you desperately need to know when Saint Boniface's (June 5) or Saint Ursula's (Oct. 21) feast day occurs. Of course, you can locate that stuff online now, but a book is so much more satisfying.
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Glenway Wescott grew up in Wisconsin and briefly attended the University of Chicago where he met in 1919 his longtime partner Monroe Wheeler.

In 1925 he and Wheeler moved to France, where they mingled with Gertrude Stein and other American expatriates, notably Ernest Hemingway, who created an unflattering portrait of Wescott in the character of Robert Prentiss in The Sun Also Rises.

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