Synopses & Reviews
This penetrating study of evil in the human heart revolves around a mysterious Stone of many dimensions, by which one can move at will through space, time, and thought. Replete with rich religious imagery, Many Dimensions explores the relation between predestination and free will as it depicts different human responses to redemptive transcendence.
Table of 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 miracle 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 Mr. Frank Lindsay -- The discovery of Sir Giles Tumulty -- The judgement of Lord Arglay -- The process of organic law.