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The Greatest Hymns

From The Arthur Conan Doyle Encyclopedia

The Greatest Hymns is an article written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle first published in John O'London's Weekly supplement on 5 december 1925, and collected by George Newnes Ltd. in march 1927 in the book: What I Think (p. 156). In the same book, Conan Doyle also wrote How I Write My Books (p. 39-42) and The Book I Most Enjoyed Writing (p. 80-81).



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The Greatest Hymns

SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE

I think "Lead, kindly Light," is a beautiful hymn. Also several of the hymns sung in Spiritualistic services especially "Oh Death, where if thy sing?" and "God keep you safely till we meet once more."





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