Performer: Malcolm Muggeridge Genre: Non Music Album: The Seriousness of Humour Released: 1962 Style: Comedy. The Seriousness of Humour (2xLP, S/Sided, Mono, TP). Parlophone. Marie Dubas - 30 Ans D'Humour Et D'Emotion.
Seriousness of Humour. B1. The London "Times". B3. Women's Journals.
Malcolm Muggeridge (March 24, 1903 – November 14, 1990) was a British journalist, author, media personality, soldier, spy and Christian scholar. Freedom is a mystical truth - it's expressed best in The Brothers Karamazov, the chapter when the Grand Inquisitor confronted the returned Christ
The Muggeridge society is preparing to mark 25th anniversary of his death. Muggeridge had plenty to say about what he called our 'sex-ridden' society. But official historian has discovered Muggeridge was considered a 'groper'. Flawed: Muggeridge in the film comedy Heaven's Above. The timing is certainly unfortunate: as loyal devotees of the Malcolm Muggeridge Society prepares to mark the 25th anniversary of Saint Mugg's death, an official BBC history is published describing him as an 'incontinent groper'. For younger readers, Muggeridge, writer, intellectual and latter-day Catholic convert, was that charmingly eccentric, white-haired old man frequently on television with much to say on practically everything, but especially about our 'sex-ridden' society.
Discover Malcolm Muggeridge famous and rare quotes. Malcolm Muggeridge, Christopher Ralling (1967). Muggeridge through the microphone: . radio and television, Not Avail.
Malcolm Muggeridge, Ian A. Hunter. This definitive treasury of the best of Malcolm Muggeridge is drawn from all sources: books, essays, journalism, broadcasts, scripts, diaries and letters spanning his sixty year career from 1926-1986. Some material, collected by Muggeridge in the early 1980's has never previously been published.
The logical sequel to the destruction of what are called unwanted children will be the elimination of what will be called unwanted lives -a legislative measure which so far in all human history only the Nazi Government has ventured to enact. Jesus healed the sick, raised Lazarus from the dead, gave back sanity to the deranged, but never did He practice, or include, killing as part of the mercy that occupied His heart. His true followers cannot but adopt the same attitude.
Mr. Malcolm Muggeridge on Humour. English Journal of the English Association, September 1953, Oxford University Press (OUP). DOI: 1. 093/english/9. The authors haven't yet claimed this publication.
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