|Format||Hardcover (200x135mm)||Edition||1st UK|
|Publisher||George Allen & Unwin Ltd||Printing||1st|
|ISBN||Printed by||Unwin Brothers, Ltd|
|Series||No of pages||248|
Commentary on how the early teachings of Krishnamurti were beginning to impact the world, showing the radical nature of the content of his teachings as well as the excitement that it brought among his followers.
Dr Heber also wrote a follow-up volume, titled Krishnamurti and The World Crisis (Allen & Unwin, 1935; originally published in 1933 in Norwegian as Krishnamurti og var tids krise). In a review of Mrs Heber's second volume the Sydney Morning Herald wrote on 6 July 1935: "It appears that the egotism and selfishness of mankind have led to all our ills, and the thing to do is to rid ourselves of the 'I' illusion. There is obviously nothing new in this doctrine, merely in the application of mystical conviction to practical matters."
In the second volume the author announces (on p.19) a third volume, Krishnamurti and Modern Man which, however, never materialized.
|Original title||Glimt Av En Ny Idéverden|
|Original publication year||1930|