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The Saturday Review, December 12, 1953 Issue
- 52 Articles, 68pp
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    3. Caste in Modern Ceylon by Bryce Ryan
    4. Come, My Beloved by Pearl S. Buck
    5. The Dedicated by Lizelle Reymond
    6. The Economic Development of Ceylon
    7. The Financial Expert by R.K. Narayan
    8. Grateful to Life and Death by R.K. Narayan
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    10. The Great Peace by Raja Hutheesing
    11. The Hidden Land by Ursula Graham Bower
    12. India and the Awakening East by Eleanor Roosevelt
    13. India, Pakistan, and the West by T.G. Percival Spear
    14. Jungle Lore by Jim Corbett
    15. Mahatma Gandhi by Haridas T. Muzumdar
    16. The Mask of a Lion by A.T.W. Simeons
    17. Music for Mohini by Bhabani Bhattacharya
    18. My India by Jim Corbett
    19. Nationalism and Revolution in Indonesia by George McTurnan Kahin
    20. Search After Sunrise by Vera Brittain
    21. Six Days in Marapore by Paul Scott
    22. Southeast Asia in the Coming World by Philip Warren Thayer
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    2. Asia and the West by Maurice Zinkin
    3. Caste in Modern Ceylon by Bryce Ryan
    4. Come, My Beloved by Pearl S. Buck
    5. The Dedicated by Lizelle Reymond
    6. The Economic Development of Ceylon
    7. The Financial Expert by R.K. Narayan
    8. Grateful to Life and Death by R.K. Narayan
    9. Free India in Asia by Werner Levi
    10. The Great Peace by Raja Hutheesing
    11. The Hidden Land by Ursula Graham Bower
    12. India and the Awakening East by Eleanor Roosevelt
    13. India, Pakistan, and the West by T.G. Percival Spear
    14. Jungle Lore by Jim Corbett
    15. Mahatma Gandhi by Haridas T. Muzumdar
    16. The Mask of a Lion by A.T.W. Simeons
    17. Music for Mohini by Bhabani Bhattacharya
    18. My India by Jim Corbett
    19. Nationalism and Revolution in Indonesia by George McTurnan Kahin
    20. Search After Sunrise by Vera Brittain
    21. Six Days in Marapore by Paul Scott
    22. Southeast Asia in the Coming World by Philip Warren Thayer
    23. Tigerland and South Sea by Olle Strandberg
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    2. Asia and the West by Maurice Zinkin
    3. Caste in Modern Ceylon by Bryce Ryan
    4. Come, My Beloved by Pearl S. Buck
    5. The Dedicated by Lizelle Reymond
    6. The Economic Development of Ceylon
    7. The Financial Expert by R.K. Narayan
    8. Grateful to Life and Death by R.K. Narayan
    9. Free India in Asia by Werner Levi
    10. The Great Peace by Raja Hutheesing
    11. The Hidden Land by Ursula Graham Bower
    12. India and the Awakening East by Eleanor Roosevelt
    13. India, Pakistan, and the West by T.G. Percival Spear
    14. Jungle Lore by Jim Corbett
    15. Mahatma Gandhi by Haridas T. Muzumdar
    16. The Mask of a Lion by A.T.W. Simeons
    17. Music for Mohini by Bhabani Bhattacharya
    18. My India by Jim Corbett
    19. Nationalism and Revolution in Indonesia by George McTurnan Kahin
    20. Search After Sunrise by Vera Brittain
    21. Six Days in Marapore by Paul Scott
    22. Southeast Asia in the Coming World by Philip Warren Thayer
    23. Tigerland and South Sea by Olle Strandberg
    24. The United States and India and Pakistan by W. Norman Brown
    25. Videhi by Charles L. Holden
    26. Who Speaks for Man? by Norman Cousins