Seeing Through the Eye : Malcolm Muggeridge on Faith
- Paperback | 241 pages
- 154.9 x 226.1 x 25.4mm | 453.6g
- 01 Oct 2005
- Ignatius Press
- San Francisco, United States
"The counter-countercultural declaration of Mr. Muggeridge's conversion was especially eye-catching given the great legions traveling in the opposite direction. He had been prominent for many years. His larger public knew him through his work as a television host and critic. But all of literate England, and much of America, knew him as a learned and incisive journalist who had written Winter in Moscow, a searing expose of Communism. His intellect and historical savoir faire gave his criticisms a very long reach. In America he made regular appearances as book editor of Esquire magazine. No Englishman, Evelyn Waugh having died, was a more mordant, more attractive wit."