LETTERS VOLUME TWO 1890-1897 VOLUME TWO St. Thérèse of Lisieux General Correspondence Translated from the Original manuscripts by John Clarke, O.C.D Saint Therese shows the path of her growth as a religious and a deep spiritual writer in these letters. The reader learns much about all of Therese's correspondents and gains familiarity with the development of her thought and message. The letters invite us to have a peep into the spiritual realm she nurtured and longed for. They clearly manifest how “Humane" was Therese, in spite of the very high ideals she proposed for herself as soon as he opted for Jesus wholeheartedly. The free flow of ideas, sincere exposition of her deep convictions, the experiential outbreak of her spiritual journeys, the spontaneous and candid advices she gives to each person according to his/her personal requirement expose to the reader the richness of her personality, depth of her convictions and the tenacity with which she emulated them. This edition contains also the results of recent fascinating research that unveils the setting in which she wrote.