2016-06-30
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Andrew Gide referred to this modern French mystic as the saint of all outsiders. Born in 1909 to Jewish parents, she was a leftist intellectual and eventually converted to Christianity - although she was never baptized. Waiting for God is her passionate spiritual autobiography.

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