The Month Vol CLXXV, No. 911, May 1940

A Catholic journal including articles on the perils of pacifism and the prose of Robert Parsons


John Murray, (editor), contributors include Brian Magee, Thomas Corbishley and C C Martindale.


Longmans, Green & Co, London, 1940
The Month Vol CLXXV, No. 911, May 1940The Month Vol CLXXV, No. 911, May 1940The Month Vol CLXXV, No. 911, May 1940

Printing Details

First edition. Paperback with printed covers. 24.5 × 15.5cm, pp321–400.

This is a single issue of The Month, a monthly review published from 1864 to 2001, which for almost all of its history, was owned by the English Province of the Society of Jesus and was edited by its members. It carried a series articles, poems and prose as well as editorial comment on current events and subjects of interest to its Catholic readership.

This issue includes: The Perils of Pacifism by Thomas Corbishley, Popish Plots in the Seventeenth Century, The Great Panic of 1641 by Brian Magee and The Prose of Robert Parsons by J H Crehan.


This copy is in good condition for age, with light wear to the covers but the contents in good order but with some tanning to the page margins.


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