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The Saturday Review Archives
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The Saturday Review, April 12, 1952 Issue
- 40 Articles, 68pp
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    (7 Reviews)
    , pp. 16-19 - PDF
    Winston Churchill, by Robert Lewis Taylor
    1. Winston Churchill by Robert Lewis Taylor
    2. Duveen by S.N. Behrman
    3. The World of George Jean Nathan by Charles S. Angoff and George Jean Nathan
    4. Boswell in Holland, 1763-1764 by Frederick A. Pottle and James Boswell
    5. The Case Against Psychoanalysis by Andrew Salter
    6. Forty Odd by Mary Bard
    7. Golden Ages of the Great Cities by Maurice Bowra, Jerome Carcopino, Stev...
  • , pp. 20-21 - PDF
    1. Winston Churchill by Robert Lewis Taylor
    2. Duveen by S.N. Behrman
    3. The World of George Jean Nathan by Charles S. Angoff and George Jean Nathan
    4. Boswell in Holland, 1763-1764 by Frederick A. Pottle and James Boswell
    5. The Case Against Psychoanalysis by Andrew Salter
    6. Forty Odd by Mary Bard
    7. Golden Ages of the Great Cities by Maurice Bowra, Jerome Carcopino, Stev...
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    (Review)
    , p. 22 - PDF
    Invisible Man, by Ralph Ellison
    1. Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison
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    1. Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison
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    (Review)
    , p. 23 - PDF
    Faraway the Spring, by Richard Hagopian
    1. Faraway the Spring by Richard Hagopian
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    (Review)
    , p. 24 - PDF
    Julia Gwynn, by Robert K. Marshall
    1. Julia Gwynn by Robert K. Marshall
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    (Review)
    , p. 24 - PDF
    The Eye of the Kite, by Fleming MacLiesh
    1. The Eye of the Kite by Fleming MacLiesh
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    (Review)
    , p. 25 - PDF
    Friends and Vague Lovers, by Jack Dunphy
    1. Friends and Vague Lovers by Jack Dunphy
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    (Review)
    , p. 25 - PDF
    Son of a Tinker, by Maurice Walsh
    1. Son of a Tinker by Maurice Walsh
  • , p. 26 - PDF
    An Editorial
    1. Son of a Tinker by Maurice Walsh
  • , pp. 27-30 - PDF
    1. Son of a Tinker by Maurice Walsh
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    (Review)
    , p. 31 - PDF
    The Future of American Politics, by Samuel Lubell
    1. The Future of American Politics by Samuel Lubell
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    (Review)
    , p. 32 - PDF
    The Judges and the Judged, by Merle Miller
    1. The Judges and the Judged by Merle Miller
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    (Review)
    , p. 33 - PDF
    American Capitalism, by John Kenneth Galbraith
    1. American Capitalism by John Kenneth Galbraith
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    (Review)
    , p. 33 - PDF
    As You Pass by, by Kenneth Holcomb Dunshee
    1. As You Pass by by Kenneth Holcomb Dunshee
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    (Review)
    , p. 34 - PDF
    The Planets: Their Origin and Development, by Harold C. Urey
    1. The Planets: Their Origin and Development by Harold C. Urey
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    (Review)
    , p. 35 - PDF
    Social Evolution, by V. Gordon Childe
    1. Social Evolution by V. Gordon Childe
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    (Review)
    , p. 36 - PDF
    A Partisan History of Judaism, by Elmer Berger
    1. A Partisan History of Judaism by Elmer Berger
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    (Review)
    , p. 37 - PDF
    Fulfillment: The Epic Story of Zionism, by Rufus Learsi
    1. Fulfillment: The Epic Story of Zionism by Rufus Learsi
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    (4 Reviews)
    , p. 37 - PDF
    The Wisdom of the Talmud, by Ben Zion Bokser
    1. The Wisdom of the Talmud by Ben Zion Bokser
    2. Hillel: The Book Against the Sword by Ely E. Pilchik
    3. American Jewry and the Civil War by Bertram Wallace Korn
    4. The Way of Man by Martin Buber
  • , pp. 38-39 - PDF
    1. The Wisdom of the Talmud by Ben Zion Bokser
    2. Hillel: The Book Against the Sword by Ely E. Pilchik
    3. American Jewry and the Civil War by Bertram Wallace Korn
    4. The Way of Man by Martin Buber
  • , p. 40 - PDF
    1. The Wisdom of the Talmud by Ben Zion Bokser
    2. Hillel: The Book Against the Sword by Ely E. Pilchik
    3. American Jewry and the Civil War by Bertram Wallace Korn
    4. The Way of Man by Martin Buber
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    (Review)
    , p. 40 - PDF
    A Treasury of the Theatre, by John Gassner
    1. A Treasury of the Theatre by John Gassner
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    (3 Reviews)
    , p. 41 - PDF
    Tomorrow Is Too Late (1952 Film), by Leonide Moguy
    1. Tomorrow Is Too Late (1952 Film) by Leonide Moguy
    2. The Captive City (1952 Film) by Robert Wise
    3. Singin' in the Rain (1952 Film) by Stanley Donen
  • , p. 42 - PDF
    1. Tomorrow Is Too Late (1952 Film) by Leonide Moguy
    2. The Captive City (1952 Film) by Robert Wise
    3. Singin' in the Rain (1952 Film) by Stanley Donen
  • , pp. 43-51 - PDF
    1. Tomorrow Is Too Late (1952 Film) by Leonide Moguy
    2. The Captive City (1952 Film) by Robert Wise
    3. Singin' in the Rain (1952 Film) by Stanley Donen
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    (3 Reviews)
    , pp. 52-53 - PDF
    Palomar: The World's Largest Telescope, by Helen Wright
    1. Palomar: The World's Largest Telescope by Helen Wright
    2. Giants of Geology by Carroll Lane Fenton and Mildred Adams...
    3. The Life of the Spider by John Crompton
  • , pp. 54-55 - PDF
    1. Palomar: The World's Largest Telescope by Helen Wright
    2. Giants of Geology by Carroll Lane Fenton and Mildred Adams...
    3. The Life of the Spider by John Crompton
  • Travelers' Tales 
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     --- by Roland Gelatt
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    , p. 56 - PDF
    1. Your Trip to Britain by Richard Joseph
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    (Review)
    , p. 57 - PDF
    1. Navaho Means People by Evon Z. Vogt and Clyde Kluckhohn
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    (12 Reviews)
    , pp. 57-59 - PDF
    Feature Films---Fact, Fiction, and Fantasy
    1. The Cabinet of Caligari (1952 Film) by Roger Kay
    2. The Last Laugh (1924 Film) by F.W. Murnau
    3. The Blue Angel (1930 Film) by Josef von Sternberg
    4. Zero for Conduct (1947 Film) by Jean Vigo
    5. L'Atalante (1934 Film) by Jean Vigo
    6. Emil und die Detektive (1932 Film) by Jean Vigo
    7. The Forgotten Village (1941 Film) by Herbert Kline and Alexander Hammid
    8. Open City (1945 Film) by Roberto Rossellini
    9. Paris 1900 (1948 Film) by Nicole Vedres
    10. Dreams That Money Can Buy (1947 Film) by Hans Richter and Man Ray
    11. Orpheus (1950 Film) by Jean Cocteau
    12. Metamorphosis (1952 Film) by William J. Hampton
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    (10 Reviews)
    , pp. 60-62 - PDF
    Easter, 1952
    1. The Look-Inside Easter Egg by Pamela Bianco
    2. Happy Easter by Kurt Wiese
    3. Small-Trot by Francoise
    4. The Leftover Elf by Mary Stolz
    5. The Bible Story for Boys and Girls: Old Testament by Walter Russell Bowie
    6. Secret of the Andes by Ann Nolan Clark
    7. The Crusade and the Cup by Elizabeth Bleecker Meigs
    8. The Song of St.Francis by Clyde Robert Bulla
    9. My Love Is a Gypsy by Neta Lohnes Frazier
    10. Trail of the Little Paiute by Mabel O'Connell Moran
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    (4 Reviews)
    , p. 63 - PDF
    The Season for Murder, by Hugh Lawrence Nelson
    1. The Season for Murder by Hugh Lawrence Nelson
    2. The Long Green by Bart Spicer
    3. Wake the Sleeping Wolf by Rae Foley
    4. From This Death Forward by Robert Bloomfield
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    (6 Reviews)
    , pp. 64-66 - PDF
    In the Bright April Weather, by Susanna Valentine Mitchell
    1. In the Bright April Weather by Susanna Valentine Mitchell
    2. Panorama by Phyllis Bentley
    3. A Husband in the House by Stuart D. Engstrand
    4. The Formula by Gordon Sager
    5. The Green Madonna by C.E. L'Ami
    6. The Penningtons by Basil Partridge
  • , pp. 67-68 - PDF
    1. In the Bright April Weather by Susanna Valentine Mitchell
    2. Panorama by Phyllis Bentley
    3. A Husband in the House by Stuart D. Engstrand
    4. The Formula by Gordon Sager
    5. The Green Madonna by C.E. L'Ami
    6. The Penningtons by Basil Partridge
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    1. In the Bright April Weather by Susanna Valentine Mitchell
    2. Panorama by Phyllis Bentley
    3. A Husband in the House by Stuart D. Engstrand
    4. The Formula by Gordon Sager
    5. The Green Madonna by C.E. L'Ami
    6. The Penningtons by Basil Partridge