Locked In: A Medical Mystery. Novel, published by Xlibris, 2000; excerpt only. A presentation of the principles of the
Baha'i Faith as lived by an ordinary person in an extraordinary situation.
Coming Out, a short, humorous play depicting the confusions that can result from trying to be too delicate in announcing one's commitment to the Baha'i Faith.
The Light, a true life war story of an unexpected encounter with the miraculous in a large asylum for the incurably insane.
Leacock, Steven (comp. Ralph Wagner)
Excerpts and Brief Commentary presents parts of Canadian humorist
Stephen Leacock's 1914 parody of 'Abdu'l-Baha, "The Yahi-Bahi Society of
Mrs. Resselyer-Brown." (Stephen Butler Leacock (1869-1944)
was a Canadian economist best remembered for his humorous writing,
contained in volumes such as Literary Lapses (1910) and Nonsense
"Layli, Majnun and the Infernal Tree,"
a work-in-progress and part of a larger play on myth,
is a first draft of a short play dealing with the story of Layli and
Majnun and partly inspired by the Seven Valleys.
The Mountain of God, by E.S. Stevens (London: Mills &
Boon, 1911, 380 pages), a novel about the Baha'is in Akka at the
turn of the century, is out of copyright. It needs to be found, scanned, and
posted--volunteers? (This posting is one excerpt, published in World
Order 4:3 )
I, Mary Magdelen, (New York: Delphic Studios, 1940) is a semi-autobiographical account of Thompson's contact with Abdu'l-Baha. not proofread or formatted; please email to help