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The Harpers Monthly Archives
By Paul Pickrel
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  • The Harpers Monthly
    Total Archives: 159 Years, 1,819 Issues, 37,049 Articles, 242,748pp
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    1. [+]
      (Review)
      The Embezzler, by Louis Auchincloss
      1. The Embezzler by Louis Auchincloss
      The Harpers Monthly
      , March 1966, p. 148
    2. [+]
      (3 Reviews)
      The Bit Between My Teeth, by Edmund Wilson
      1. The Bit Between My Teeth by Edmund Wilson
      2. The Myth and the Powerhouse by Philip Rahv
      3. Beyond Culture by Lionel Trilling
      The Harpers Monthly
      , January 1966, pp. 95-96
    3. The New Books 
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      (8 Reviews)
      Some Recent Novels from Abroad
      1. The Woman from Sarajevo by Ivo Andric
      2. The Wailing Mountain by Mihailo Lalic
      3. A Sitter for a Satyr by Jerzy Andrzejewski
      4. The Mechanical Pianos by Henri-Francois Rey
      5. An Ancient Enemy by Pierre Moinot
      6. The Giant Dwarfs by Gisela Elsner
      7. The Garden of the Finzi-Continis by Giorgio Bassani
      8. A Green Tree in Gedde by Alan Sharp
      The Harpers Monthly
      , September 1965, pp. 130-133
    4. [+]
      (2 Reviews)
      The James Joyce Murder Mystery, by Amanda Cross
      1. The James Joyce Murder Mystery by Amanda Cross
      2. Letters of James Joyce by Stuart Gilbert and James Joyce
      The Harpers Monthly
      , April 1967, pp. 108-109
    5. [+]
      (Review)
      Pioneers and Caretakers, by Louis Auchincloss
      1. Pioneers and Caretakers by Louis Auchincloss
      The Harpers Monthly
      , August 1965, p. 112
    6. [+]
      (11 Reviews)
      New Nations and Old Problems
      1. The First New Nation by Seymour Martin Lipset
      2. American Education: A National Failure by Hyman G. Rickover
      3. Challenge to Affluence by Gunnar Myrdal
      4. The Age of Napoleon by J. Christopher Herold
      5. Montenegro by Milovan Djilas
      6. The Domesticated Americans by Russell Lynes
      7. Making Do by Paul Goodman
      8. The Violent World of Hugh Greene by Colin Wilson
      9. Confusions by Jack B. Ludwig
      10. Idiots First by Bernard Malamud
      11. A Man and Two Women by Doris Lessing
      The Harpers Monthly
      , November 1963, pp. 118-132
    7. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      Success Stories
      1. Melbourne by Lord David Cecil
      2. The Remarkable Mr. Jerome by Anita Leslie
      3. The Man Who Lives in Paradise by A.C. Gilbert and Marshall McClintock
      4. My Life With the Microbes by Selman A. Waksman
      5. The Anatomy of a Crime by Joseph F. Dinneen
      6. The Memoirs of Aga Khan by Aga Khan
      7. Adventure in Freedom by Oscar Handlin
      8. In the Name of Sanity by Lewis Mumford
      9. The Dancing Bear: Berlin de Profundis by Frances Faviell
      The Harpers Monthly
      , October 1954, pp. 100-106
    8. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      Particle and Pattern
      1. Accent on Form by Lancelot Law Whyte
      2. A Program for Conservatives by Russell Kirk
      3. A Dangerous Freedom by Bradford Smith
      4. People of Plenty by David M. Potter
      5. The Natural House by Frank Lloyd Wright
      The Harpers Monthly
      , January 1955, pp. 90-97
    9. [+]
      (7 Reviews)
      History, and How We Make It
      1. Chance or Destiny: Turning Points in American History by Oscar Handlin
      2. The Strange Career of Jim Crow by C. Vann Woodward
      3. 1,000,000 Delinquents~~One Million Delinquents by Benjamin Fine
      4. America at Mid-Century by Andre Siegfried
      5. Standing Room Only by Karl Sax
      6. Nectar in a Sieve by Kamala Markandaya
      7. Not Honour More by Joyce Cary
      The Harpers Monthly
      , June 1955, pp. 84-91
    10. [+]
      (11 Reviews)
      Sanity and Society...
      1. The Sane Society by Erich Fromm
      2. Culture and Mental Disorders by Joseph W. Eaton and Robert J. Weil
      3. The Revelations of Dr. Modesto by Alan Harrington
      4. Band of Angels by Robert Penn Warren
      5. Bell's Landing by Gerald Warner Brace
      6. The Tree of Man by Patrick White
      7. Nine Men by Fred Rodell
      8. The Supreme Court in the American System of Government by Robert H. Jackson
      9. The Sixth of June by Lionel Shapiro
      10. Officers and Gentlemen by Evelyn Waugh
      11. The Navigator by Jules Roy
      The Harpers Monthly
      , September 1955, pp. 90-96
    11. [+]
      (11 Reviews)
      The 'Thirties and the 'Fifties
      1. Marjorie Morningstar by Herman Wouk
      2. The Fabulous Train by Frederic Wakeman
      3. On the Waterfront by Budd Schulberg
      4. Time for Living by George Soule
      5. John Goffe's Legacy by George Woodbury
      6. Epstein: An Autobiography by Jacob Epstein
      7. Hogarth's Progress by Peter Quennell
      8. Swift and Carroll: A Psychoanalytic Study of Two Lives by Phyllis Greenacre
      9. Portrait of Barrie by Cynthia Asquith
      10. The Moth and the Star by Aileen Pippett
      11. Heritage by Anthony West
      The Harpers Monthly
      , October 1955, pp. 86-95
    12. [+]
      (11 Reviews)
      The Question of Style
      1. The Open Mind by J. Robert Oppenheimer
      2. The Year of Decisions by Harry S. Truman
      3. The Deer Park by Norman Mailer
      4. Inside Africa by John Gunther
      5. The Pillar of Salt by Albert Memmi
      6. The Myth of Sisyphus, and Other Essays by Albert Camus
      7. The Dark Eye in Africa by Laurens van der Post
      8. The Fears Men Live By by Selma Hirsh
      9. How Far the Promised Land? by Walter Francis White
      10. The Scrolls from the Dead Sea by Edmund Wilson
      11. The Dead Sea Scrolls by Millar Burrows
      The Harpers Monthly
      , November 1955, pp. 84-97
    13. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      Art, Taxes, and the Myth of the Rich
      1. Cash McCall by Cameron Hawley
      2. Architecture, Ambition and Americans by Wayne Andrews
      3. John Singer Sargent by Charles Merrill Mount
      4. American Painting: From the Armory Show to the Depression by Milton W. Brown
      5. Ten North Frederick by John O'Hara
      6. A Charmed Life by Mary McCarthy
      7. Robert Benchley by Nathaniel Benchley
      8. Andersonville by MacKinlay Kantor
      9. The Spider's House by Paul Bowles
      The Harpers Monthly
      , December 1955, pp. 88-103
    14. [+]
      (11 Reviews)
      Popular Government, the Fully Informed Citizen, and People Like Us
      1. Utopia, 1976 by Morris L. Ernst
      2. The Restoration of Learning by Arthur E. Bestor
      3. Retreat From Learning by Joan Dunn
      4. The Heresy of Democracy by Lord Eustace Percy
      5. Democracy in World Politics by Lester B. Pearson
      6. On the Aesthetic Education of Man by Friedrich Schiller
      7. Homo Ludens by Johan Huizinga
      8. Great Books of the Western World by Robert M. Hutchins and Mortimer J. Adler
      9. Education: The Lost Dimension by William Roy Niblett
      10. The Foreseeable Future by George P. Thomson
      11. The Imperial Intellect by A. Dwight Culler
      The Harpers Monthly
      , January 1956, pp. 84-89
    15. [+]
      (8 Reviews)
      Politicians, Soldiers, and Hittites
      1. The Last Hurrah by Edwin O'Connor
      2. Island in the Sun by Alec Waugh
      3. A Secret Understanding by Merle Miller
      4. Boon Island by Kenneth Lewis Roberts
      5. Keep the Aspidistra Flying by George Orwell
      6. The Dreyfus Case: A Reassessment by Guy Chapman
      7. Bugles and a Tiger by John Masters
      8. The Case for Modern Man by Charles Frankel
      The Harpers Monthly
      , February 1956, pp. 86-97
    16. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      Unconventional Memoirs...
      1. Long Day's Journey into Night by Eugene O'Neill
      2. Surprised by Joy by C.S. Lewis
      3. Behind the Mountains by Oliver La Farge
      4. Mr. Hamish Gleave by Richard Llewellyn
      5. All Honorable Men by David Karp
      6. That Uncertain Feeling by Kingsley Amis
      7. The Revolt of Gunner Asch by Hans Hellmut Kirst
      8. Ayorama by Raymond de Coccola and Paul King
      9. The Mysterious North by Pierre Berton
      The Harpers Monthly
      , March 1956, pp. 96-102
    17. [+]
      (11 Reviews)
      Political Rhetoric, the Decision-Makers, and Some Innocents Abroad
      1. Affairs of State: The Eisenhower Years by Richard H. Rovere
      2. The Revolt of the Moderates by Samuel Lubell
      3. The Power Elite by C. Wright Mills
      4. The Quiet American by Graham Greene
      5. Some Inner Fury by Kamala Markandaya
      6. A Perfect Woman by L.P. Hartley
      7. Lucy Crown by Irwin Shaw
      8. Toscanini: An Intimate Portrait by Samuel Chotzinoff
      9. Helen Keller: Sketch for a Portrait by Van Wyck Brooks
      10. Living Like a Lord by John Godley, Lord Kilbracken
      11. Two Worlds: An Edinburgh Jewish Childhood by David Daiches
      The Harpers Monthly
      , April 1956, pp. 82-96
    18. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      Sir Winston Early and Late...
      1. Savrola: A Tale of the Revolution in Laurania by Winston Churchill
      2. The Birth of Britain by Winston S. Churchill
      3. Cousins and Strangers by S. Gorley Putt
      4. Good Behavior by Harold Nicolson
      5. Imperial Woman by Pearl S. Buck
      6. The Abode of Love by Aubrey Menen
      7. Every Other Bed by Mike Gorman
      8. The Dispossessed by Geoffrey A. Wagner
      9. This Is Our World by Louis Fischer
      The Harpers Monthly
      , May 1956, pp. 80-89
    19. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      The Sense of Identity and the Sense of Society
      1. Marianne Thornton: A Domestic Biography, 1797-1887 by E.M. Forster
      2. Neilson of Smith by Margaret Farrand Thorp
      3. A Cornish Waif's Story by Emma Smith
      4. The Mandarins by Simone de Beauvoir
      5. The Girl He Left Behind by Marion Hargrove
      6. A Walk On the Wild Side by Nelson Algren
      7. The Ninth Wave by Eugene Burdick
      8. Music in American Life by Jacques Barzun
      9. The Ford Foundation: The Men and the Millions by Dwight Macdonald
      The Harpers Monthly
      , June 1956, pp. 80-87
    20. [+]
      (10 Reviews)
      The Stream and the Self
      1. New Lives for Old by Margaret Mead
      2. Goodbye to Uncle Tom by J.C. Furnas
      3. A Wreath for Udomo by Peter Abrahams
      4. A Single Pebble by John Hersey
      5. A Dance in the Sun by Dan Jacobson
      6. Self: Explorations in Personal Growth by Clark E. Moustakas and Sita Ram Jayaswal
      7. Amelie in Love by Henri Troyat
      8. The Lonely Passion of Judith Hearne by Brian Moore
      9. Ring Lardner by Donald Elder
      10. Minority Report by H.L. Mencken
      The Harpers Monthly
      , July 1956, pp. 87-91