Evelyn Underhill's The Grey World is an unusual story with a remarkable narrative, set in early 20th century England, in which she interweaves the tale of a boy's soul that transitions between two dimensions, the world of the living, and a Grey World--of the dead.
Some of her other writings include: Mysticism, The Mystic Way, The Life of the Spirit and the Life of Today, Concerning the Inner Life, and The House of the Soul.
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