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John H. Wyndham was interned in a World War II Japanese prisoner of war camp for three years. He gently refers to this time as, “when I was a guest of the Japanese.” This phrase illustrates the compassion, courage, and brotherly love that characterize his writing.
Whatever the circumstance, whether it was surviving three months of solitary confinement, overcoming post-war financial troubles or being healed of a disease pronounced incurable, Wyndman illustrates what the practice of Christian Science meant in his life.
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