All’s Right with the World comprises a Play called, Whirlpool Avenue, and an epistolary narration called, Reading Divinity.
The play is about Andrew and his friends on Flowing Brook also called Whirlpool Avenue. They attract the attention of others too, and they follow Andrew and the rest for reasons of their own.
Douglas and Penelope compose and edit a glossy named, Divinity. They take contributions of articles from their readers too. Penelope is left to bring out the magazine, as Douglas takes a break for a spiritual retreat.