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The Saturday Review Archives
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The Saturday Review, November 28, 1953 Issue
- 65 Articles, 100pp
  • , pp. 6-12 - PDF
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    (Review)
    , p. 15 - PDF
    Triumph and Tragedy, by Winston S. Churchill
    1. Triumph and Tragedy by Winston S. Churchill
  • , pp. 15-16 - PDF
    1. Triumph and Tragedy by Winston S. Churchill
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    (Review)
    , p. 17 - PDF
    Out of These Roots, by Agnes E. Meyer
    1. Out of These Roots by Agnes E. Meyer
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    (Review)
    , p. 18 - PDF
    The Wild Place, by Kathryn Hulme
    1. The Wild Place by Kathryn Hulme
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    (Review)
    , p. 19 - PDF
    Madeleine Grown Up, by Mrs. Robert Henrey
    1. Madeleine Grown Up by Mrs. Robert Henrey
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    (Review)
    , p. 19 - PDF
    Misia and the Muses, by Misia Sert
    1. Misia and the Muses by Misia Sert
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    (Review)
    , p. 20 - PDF
    Widow Man, by Edgar Wolfe
    1. Widow Man by Edgar Wolfe
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    (Review)
    , p. 21 - PDF
    The Passionate North, by William Sansom
    1. The Passionate North by William Sansom
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    (Review)
    , p. 21 - PDF
    Lincoln McKeever, by Eleazar Lipsky
    1. Lincoln McKeever by Eleazar Lipsky
  • , p. 22 - PDF
    An Editorial
    1. Lincoln McKeever by Eleazar Lipsky
  • , p. 23 - PDF
    1. Lincoln McKeever by Eleazar Lipsky
  • [+]
    (Review)
    , p. 24 - PDF
    The New England Mind: From Colony to Province, by Perry Miller
    1. The New England Mind: From Colony to Province by Perry Miller
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    (Review)
    , p. 25 - PDF
    Benjamin Franklin, by I. Bernard Cohen
    1. Benjamin Franklin by I. Bernard Cohen
  • , p. 26 - PDF
    1. Benjamin Franklin by I. Bernard Cohen
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    (Review)
    , p. 26 - PDF
    Thorstein Veblen: A Critical Interpretation, by David Riesman
    1. Thorstein Veblen: A Critical Interpretation by David Riesman
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    (Review)
    , p. 27 - PDF
    The European Mind: The Critical Years, 1680-1715, by Paul Hazard
    1. The European Mind: The Critical Years, 1680-1715 by Paul Hazard
  • , p. 28 - PDF
    1. The European Mind: The Critical Years, 1680-1715 by Paul Hazard
  • , pp. 29-30 - PDF
    1. The European Mind: The Critical Years, 1680-1715 by Paul Hazard
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    (2 Reviews)
    , p. 31 - PDF
    How to Marry a Millionaire (1953 Film), by Jean Negulesco
    1. How to Marry a Millionaire (1953 Film) by Jean Negulesco
    2. The Man Between (1953 Film) by Carol Reed
  • , p. 32 - PDF
    1. How to Marry a Millionaire (1953 Film) by Jean Negulesco
    2. The Man Between (1953 Film) by Carol Reed
  • , p. 33 - PDF
    1. How to Marry a Millionaire (1953 Film) by Jean Negulesco
    2. The Man Between (1953 Film) by Carol Reed
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    (Review)
    , pp. 34-35 - PDF
    Music as an Art, by Herbert Weinstock
    1. Music as an Art by Herbert Weinstock
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    (Review)
    , p. 36 - PDF
    Aaron Copland, by Arthur Berger
    1. Aaron Copland by Arthur Berger
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    (Review)
    , p. 37 - PDF
    S. Hurok Presents, by Sol Hurok
    1. S. Hurok Presents by Sol Hurok
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    (Review)
    , p. 38 - PDF
    Caruso: The Man of Naples and the Voice of Gold, by Thomas R. Ybarra
    1. Caruso: The Man of Naples and the Voice of Gold by Thomas R. Ybarra
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    (Review)
    , p. 39 - PDF
    Ballet Biographies, by Gladys Davidson
    1. Ballet Biographies by Gladys Davidson
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    (Review)
    , p. 39 - PDF
    Accents on Opera, by Boris Goldovsky
    1. Accents on Opera by Boris Goldovsky
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    (Review)
    , p. 40 - PDF
    The Opera Reader, by Louis L. Biancolli
    1. The Opera Reader by Louis L. Biancolli
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    (Review)
    , p. 40 - PDF
    Beethoven Studies, by Ludwig Misch
    1. Beethoven Studies by Ludwig Misch
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    (Review)
    , p. 41 - PDF
    High Fidelity Techniques, by John H. Newitt
    1. High Fidelity Techniques by John H. Newitt
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    (Review)
    , p. 42 - PDF
    Lyman Abbott, Christian Evolutionist, by Ira V. Brown
    1. Lyman Abbott, Christian Evolutionist by Ira V. Brown
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    (Review)
    , p. 42 - PDF
    Existentialism and the Modern Predicament, by Frederick Henry Heinemann
    1. Existentialism and the Modern Predicament by Frederick Henry Heinemann
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    (Review)
    , p. 42 - PDF
    In Spite Of, by John Cowper Powys
    1. In Spite Of by John Cowper Powys
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    (Review)
    , p. 43 - PDF
    Cockney Communist, by Charles Henry Darke
    1. Cockney Communist by Charles Henry Darke
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    (Review)
    , p. 43 - PDF
    Cowhand, by Fred Gipson
    1. Cowhand by Fred Gipson
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    (Review)
    , p. 44 - PDF
    Cecil Rhodes, by Andre Maurois
    1. Cecil Rhodes by Andre Maurois
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    1. Cecil Rhodes by Andre Maurois
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    (Review)
    , p. 44 - PDF
    The Innocent Knights, by Gill Buhet
    1. The Innocent Knights by Gill Buhet
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    (Review)
    , p. 44 - PDF
    The Hornbeam Tree, by Cid Ricketts Sumner
    1. The Hornbeam Tree by Cid Ricketts Sumner
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    (Review)
    , p. 44 - PDF
    The Doctors, by Andre Soubiran
    1. The Doctors by Andre Soubiran
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    (Review)
    , pp. 45-46 - PDF
    The Blue Hussar, by Roger Nimier
    1. The Blue Hussar by Roger Nimier
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    (7 Reviews)
    , p. 47 - PDF
    Target in Taffeta, by Ben Benson
    1. Target in Taffeta by Ben Benson
    2. Eyes in the Night by Caroline M. Howarth
    3. The Crimson Circle by Edgar Wallace
    4. Murder of the Well-Beloved by Margot Neville
    5. Hear No Evil by Stephen Ransome
    6. Fear to Tread by Michael Gilbert
    7. Dreadful Hollow by Nicholas Blake
  • , pp. 48-51 - PDF
    1. Target in Taffeta by Ben Benson
    2. Eyes in the Night by Caroline M. Howarth
    3. The Crimson Circle by Edgar Wallace
    4. Murder of the Well-Beloved by Margot Neville
    5. Hear No Evil by Stephen Ransome
    6. Fear to Tread by Michael Gilbert
    7. Dreadful Hollow by Nicholas Blake
  • , pp. 52-60 - PDF
    1. Target in Taffeta by Ben Benson
    2. Eyes in the Night by Caroline M. Howarth
    3. The Crimson Circle by Edgar Wallace
    4. Murder of the Well-Beloved by Margot Neville
    5. Hear No Evil by Stephen Ransome
    6. Fear to Tread by Michael Gilbert
    7. Dreadful Hollow by Nicholas Blake
  • SR/Recordings 
  • , pp. 61-63 - PDF
    1. Target in Taffeta by Ben Benson
    2. Eyes in the Night by Caroline M. Howarth
    3. The Crimson Circle by Edgar Wallace
    4. Murder of the Well-Beloved by Margot Neville
    5. Hear No Evil by Stephen Ransome
    6. Fear to Tread by Michael Gilbert
    7. Dreadful Hollow by Nicholas Blake
  • , pp. 64-65 - PDF
    1. Target in Taffeta by Ben Benson
    2. Eyes in the Night by Caroline M. Howarth
    3. The Crimson Circle by Edgar Wallace
    4. Murder of the Well-Beloved by Margot Neville
    5. Hear No Evil by Stephen Ransome
    6. Fear to Tread by Michael Gilbert
    7. Dreadful Hollow by Nicholas Blake
  • , p. 66 - PDF
    1. Target in Taffeta by Ben Benson
    2. Eyes in the Night by Caroline M. Howarth
    3. The Crimson Circle by Edgar Wallace
    4. Murder of the Well-Beloved by Margot Neville
    5. Hear No Evil by Stephen Ransome
    6. Fear to Tread by Michael Gilbert
    7. Dreadful Hollow by Nicholas Blake
  • , pp. 67-69 - PDF
    1. Target in Taffeta by Ben Benson
    2. Eyes in the Night by Caroline M. Howarth
    3. The Crimson Circle by Edgar Wallace
    4. Murder of the Well-Beloved by Margot Neville
    5. Hear No Evil by Stephen Ransome
    6. Fear to Tread by Michael Gilbert
    7. Dreadful Hollow by Nicholas Blake
  • , pp. 70-71 - PDF
    1. Target in Taffeta by Ben Benson
    2. Eyes in the Night by Caroline M. Howarth
    3. The Crimson Circle by Edgar Wallace
    4. Murder of the Well-Beloved by Margot Neville
    5. Hear No Evil by Stephen Ransome
    6. Fear to Tread by Michael Gilbert
    7. Dreadful Hollow by Nicholas Blake
  • , pp. 72-73 - PDF
    1. Target in Taffeta by Ben Benson
    2. Eyes in the Night by Caroline M. Howarth
    3. The Crimson Circle by Edgar Wallace
    4. Murder of the Well-Beloved by Margot Neville
    5. Hear No Evil by Stephen Ransome
    6. Fear to Tread by Michael Gilbert
    7. Dreadful Hollow by Nicholas Blake
  • , pp. 74-75 - PDF
    1. Target in Taffeta by Ben Benson
    2. Eyes in the Night by Caroline M. Howarth
    3. The Crimson Circle by Edgar Wallace
    4. Murder of the Well-Beloved by Margot Neville
    5. Hear No Evil by Stephen Ransome
    6. Fear to Tread by Michael Gilbert
    7. Dreadful Hollow by Nicholas Blake
  • , pp. 76-77 - PDF
    1. Target in Taffeta by Ben Benson
    2. Eyes in the Night by Caroline M. Howarth
    3. The Crimson Circle by Edgar Wallace
    4. Murder of the Well-Beloved by Margot Neville
    5. Hear No Evil by Stephen Ransome
    6. Fear to Tread by Michael Gilbert
    7. Dreadful Hollow by Nicholas Blake
  • , pp. 78-79 - PDF
    1. Target in Taffeta by Ben Benson
    2. Eyes in the Night by Caroline M. Howarth
    3. The Crimson Circle by Edgar Wallace
    4. Murder of the Well-Beloved by Margot Neville
    5. Hear No Evil by Stephen Ransome
    6. Fear to Tread by Michael Gilbert
    7. Dreadful Hollow by Nicholas Blake
  • , pp. 80-81 - PDF
    1. Target in Taffeta by Ben Benson
    2. Eyes in the Night by Caroline M. Howarth
    3. The Crimson Circle by Edgar Wallace
    4. Murder of the Well-Beloved by Margot Neville
    5. Hear No Evil by Stephen Ransome
    6. Fear to Tread by Michael Gilbert
    7. Dreadful Hollow by Nicholas Blake
  • , pp. 82-83 - PDF
    1. Target in Taffeta by Ben Benson
    2. Eyes in the Night by Caroline M. Howarth
    3. The Crimson Circle by Edgar Wallace
    4. Murder of the Well-Beloved by Margot Neville
    5. Hear No Evil by Stephen Ransome
    6. Fear to Tread by Michael Gilbert
    7. Dreadful Hollow by Nicholas Blake
  • , pp. 84-87 - PDF
    1. Target in Taffeta by Ben Benson
    2. Eyes in the Night by Caroline M. Howarth
    3. The Crimson Circle by Edgar Wallace
    4. Murder of the Well-Beloved by Margot Neville
    5. Hear No Evil by Stephen Ransome
    6. Fear to Tread by Michael Gilbert
    7. Dreadful Hollow by Nicholas Blake
  • The Spoken Word 
  •  --- by Irwin Edman
    , p. 88 - PDF
    1. Target in Taffeta by Ben Benson
    2. Eyes in the Night by Caroline M. Howarth
    3. The Crimson Circle by Edgar Wallace
    4. Murder of the Well-Beloved by Margot Neville
    5. Hear No Evil by Stephen Ransome
    6. Fear to Tread by Michael Gilbert
    7. Dreadful Hollow by Nicholas Blake
  • , pp. 89-91 - PDF
    1. Target in Taffeta by Ben Benson
    2. Eyes in the Night by Caroline M. Howarth
    3. The Crimson Circle by Edgar Wallace
    4. Murder of the Well-Beloved by Margot Neville
    5. Hear No Evil by Stephen Ransome
    6. Fear to Tread by Michael Gilbert
    7. Dreadful Hollow by Nicholas Blake
  • , p. 92 - PDF
    1. Target in Taffeta by Ben Benson
    2. Eyes in the Night by Caroline M. Howarth
    3. The Crimson Circle by Edgar Wallace
    4. Murder of the Well-Beloved by Margot Neville
    5. Hear No Evil by Stephen Ransome
    6. Fear to Tread by Michael Gilbert
    7. Dreadful Hollow by Nicholas Blake
  • , p. 93 - PDF
    1. Target in Taffeta by Ben Benson
    2. Eyes in the Night by Caroline M. Howarth
    3. The Crimson Circle by Edgar Wallace
    4. Murder of the Well-Beloved by Margot Neville
    5. Hear No Evil by Stephen Ransome
    6. Fear to Tread by Michael Gilbert
    7. Dreadful Hollow by Nicholas Blake
  • , pp. 94-95 - PDF
    1. Target in Taffeta by Ben Benson
    2. Eyes in the Night by Caroline M. Howarth
    3. The Crimson Circle by Edgar Wallace
    4. Murder of the Well-Beloved by Margot Neville
    5. Hear No Evil by Stephen Ransome
    6. Fear to Tread by Michael Gilbert
    7. Dreadful Hollow by Nicholas Blake
  • , pp. 96-100 - PDF
    1. Target in Taffeta by Ben Benson
    2. Eyes in the Night by Caroline M. Howarth
    3. The Crimson Circle by Edgar Wallace
    4. Murder of the Well-Beloved by Margot Neville
    5. Hear No Evil by Stephen Ransome
    6. Fear to Tread by Michael Gilbert
    7. Dreadful Hollow by Nicholas Blake
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    1. Target in Taffeta by Ben Benson
    2. Eyes in the Night by Caroline M. Howarth
    3. The Crimson Circle by Edgar Wallace
    4. Murder of the Well-Beloved by Margot Neville
    5. Hear No Evil by Stephen Ransome
    6. Fear to Tread by Michael Gilbert
    7. Dreadful Hollow by Nicholas Blake