Alfred George Gardiner - Works

Works

  • Prophets, Priests and Kings (1908)
  • Pillars of Society (1913)
  • The War Lords (1915)
  • Pebbles on the Shore (writing as "Alpha of the Plough") (1916)
  • Windfalls (as "Alpha of the Plough") (1920)
  • Leaves in the Wind (as "Alpha of the Plough") (1920)
  • The Anglo-American Future (1920)
  • Life of George Cadbury (1923)
  • The Life of Sir William Harcourt (2 vols.) (1923)
  • Many Furrows (as "Alpha of the Plough") (1924)
  • John Benn and the Progressive Movement (1925)
  • Portraits and Portents (1926)
  • Certain People of Importance (as "Alpha of the Plough") (1929)

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