She did not even pick up Thomas à Kempis but went to the door and called Lina.
The translations of Thomas à Kempis into English vary in value.
He had taken out of his pocket a stumpy, and very shabby little brown volume of Thomas à Kempis, which was very familiar to her.
Thomas à Kempis was born in the latter part of the fourteenth century and lived to a good old age.
Mr. Cust gave me a most beautifully bound copy of Thomas à Kempis; he had had it bound on purpose.
He handed her a little volume of Thomas à Kempis, "For those leisure hours which you never have," he said.
Talk went on among us all until a bearded monk in white came in and began to read passages from Thomas à Kempis.
It is not certainly known who is the author, but it is generally supposed that Thomas à Kempis is.
But Thomas à Kempis knew of the recurrences, if he did not measure them.
Thomas à Kempis himself has described their way of living at Deventer.