The Making of a Bigot

Rose MACAULAY (1881 - 1958)

“How various is man! How multiplied his experience, his outlook, his conclusions!”—H. Belloc. “And every single one of them is right.”—R. Kipling. Written while Macaulay worked in the Propaganda Department of the War Office, and reflecting her own mysticism and skepticism of organized religion, The Making of a Bigot follows young Eddy Oliver from Cambridge University as he meets people whose stronger personalities influence his weaker one, with their persuasive arguments. ( Lynne Thompson) Thompson

Genre(s): Published 1900 onward

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 Cambridge Rhys Lawson
00:18:11
Play 02 St. Gregory's deongines
00:25:34
Play 03 Pleasance Court deongines
00:22:01
Play 04 Heathermere deongines
00:15:08
Play 05 Datcherd and the Vicar deongines
00:28:41
Play 06 The Deanery and the Hall Manders
00:30:06
Play 07 Visitors at the Deanery deongines
00:40:27
Play 08 The Visitors Go Lynne T
00:22:50
Play 09 The Club deongines
00:40:43
Play 10 Datcherd's Return deongines
00:35:50
Play 11 The Country deongines
00:30:58
Play 12 Hyde Park Terrace MaryAnnS
00:29:54
Play 13 Molly MaryAnnS
00:34:23
Play 14 Unity deongines
00:25:55
Play 15 Arnold John Burlinson
00:09:23
Play 16 Eileen Kalynda
00:15:35
Play 17 Conversion deongines
00:25:46