The Grey World
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Evelyn Underhill’s “The Grey World” is an unusual story with a remarkable narrative, set in late 19th- and early 20th-century England, in which she interweaves the tale of a boy’s soul that transitions between two dimensions, the world of the living, and a Grey World--of the dead.

Evelyn Underhill (1875-1941) was a renowned English author, educated at King’s College for Women, London, and was Upton Lecturer on the Philosophy of Religion at Manchester College, Oxford from 1921 to 1922. From 1902 to 1940 she authored many works, but is most noted for the books she produced on various aspects of mysticism.

Among her other writings are “Mysticism,” “The Mystic Way,” “The Life of the Spirit and the Life of Today,” “Concerning the Inner Life,” “Man and the Supernatural,” and “The House of the Soul.”

“The Grey World” from Scriptoria Books, is an authentic reproduction of the 1904 William Heinemann publication. It has been transcribed word for word and formatted for print and digital media.
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