In This Issue
Explore the April 1944 print edition below. Or to discover more writing from the pages of The Atlantic, browse the full archive.
SOME ancient houses have storied in them the character, the beauty, and the trophies of experience which a vigorous family hands down the centuries. Such is Renishaw Hall, which, since 1625, has been enlarged and reanimated by the Sitwells. Hottempered and reckless, scholarly and passionate and adventuresome, this family is in miniature a portrait gallery of England.