Dear Raymond : The Story of Sir Oliver Lodge, Life After Death, and Spirituality During the Great War | Religious & Spiritual | Religious & Spiritual | Biographies, Memoirs & True Stories | Non-Fiction | Books | Makro Online Site
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Dear Raymond : The Story of Sir Oliver Lodge, Life After Death, and Spirituality During the Great War Product ID : 9781781552193

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Raymond Lodge's death from shell shrapnel in 1915 was unremarkable in a war where many young men would die, but his father's response to his untimely death was. Sir Oliver Lodge, physicist, scientist, part inventor of the wireless telegraph and the spark plug, could not let go of Raymond and went on a controversial and bizarre journey into the realm of life after death. Following Sir Oliver's journey, Dear Raymond, explores the untapped topic of spirituality pre- and post-war, the influence that a national tragedy can have on a nation's belief system and the long lasting effects from this time that we still feel today. Alongside Lodge were some of the great names of the day, as a member of the Ghost Club and the Fabian Society he was in contact with famous men such as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, who went on his own mission into the afterlife after losing a son. Lodge's exploration and the controversy it exploded opens our eyes to how modern religion has been shaped and changed by the conflicts of the Twentieth Century.

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0.29 kg
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234mm(L) x 156mm(W) x 14mm(H)
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