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The Saturday Review Archives
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The Saturday Review, May 14, 1955 Issue
- 51 Articles, 60pp
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    (Review)
    , p. 11 - PDF
    The Republic of Letters, by Louis Kronenberger
    1. The Republic of Letters by Louis Kronenberger
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    1. The Republic of Letters by Louis Kronenberger
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    (Review)
    , p. 12 - PDF
    The Letters of W.B. Yeats, by Allan Wade and W.B. Yeats
    1. The Letters of W.B. Yeats by Allan Wade and W.B. Yeats
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    (Review)
    , p. 13 - PDF
    Part of Our Time, by Murray Kempton
    1. Part of Our Time by Murray Kempton
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    (Review)
    , p. 14 - PDF
    Communism, Conformity, and Civil Liberties, by Samuel A. Stouffer
    1. Communism, Conformity, and Civil Liberties by Samuel A. Stouffer
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    (Review)
    , p. 15 - PDF
    The Assassins, by Robert J. Donovan
    1. The Assassins by Robert J. Donovan
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    (Review)
    , p. 15 - PDF
    Nectar in a Sieve, by Kamala Markandaya
    1. Nectar in a Sieve by Kamala Markandaya
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    (Review)
    , p. 16 - PDF
    The Seagull on the Step, by Kay Boyle
    1. The Seagull on the Step by Kay Boyle
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    (Review)
    , p. 16 - PDF
    A Dream of Treason, by Maurice Edelman
    1. A Dream of Treason by Maurice Edelman
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    (Review)
    , p. 16 - PDF
    The Queen's Knight, by Marvin Borowsky
    1. The Queen's Knight by Marvin Borowsky
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    (Review)
    , p. 17 - PDF
    The Monogamist, by Thomas Gallagher
    1. The Monogamist by Thomas Gallagher
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    (Review)
    , p. 17 - PDF
    The Crown and the Shadow, by Pamela Hill
    1. The Crown and the Shadow by Pamela Hill
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    (Review)
    , p. 17 - PDF
    Children of Light, by Gerald Sykes
    1. Children of Light by Gerald Sykes
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    (Review)
    , p. 17 - PDF
    Flesh and Blood, by Francois Mauriac
    1. Flesh and Blood by Francois Mauriac
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    (Review)
    , p. 18 - PDF
    The Self and the Dramas of History, by Reinhold Niebuhr
    1. The Self and the Dramas of History by Reinhold Niebuhr
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    (Review)
    , p. 19 - PDF
    No Man Is an Island, by Thomas Merton
    1. No Man Is an Island by Thomas Merton
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    (Review)
    , p. 19 - PDF
    Truth Is One, by Henry James Forman and Roland Gammon
    1. Truth Is One by Henry James Forman and Roland Gammon
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    (Review)
    , p. 20 - PDF
    Onions in the Stew, by Betty MacDonald
    1. Onions in the Stew by Betty MacDonald
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    , pp. 20-21 - PDF
    The Dinner Party, by Gretchen D. Finletter
    1. The Dinner Party by Gretchen D. Finletter
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    An Editorial
    1. The Dinner Party by Gretchen D. Finletter
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    1. The Dinner Party by Gretchen D. Finletter
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    1. The Dinner Party by Gretchen D. Finletter
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    (2 Reviews)
    , p. 26 - PDF
    Strategic Air Command (1955 Film), by Anthony Mann
    1. Strategic Air Command (1955 Film) by Anthony Mann
    2. The Eternal Sea (1955 Film) by John H. Auer
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    (10 Reviews)
    , p. 27 - PDF
    Dead, She Was Beautiful, by Whit Masterson
    1. Dead, She Was Beautiful by Whit Masterson
    2. The Case of the Black, Black Hearse by Frederic Freyer
    3. Live and Let Die by Ian Fleming
    4. Dishonoured Bones by John Trench
    5. Maigret in New York's Underworld by Georges Simenon
    6. The Estate of the Beckoning Lady by Margery Allingham
    7. The Assassins by Hugh Pentecost
    8. Murder Makes an Entrance by Clarence Budington Kelland
    9. Call Me Duke by Harry Grey
    10. Ring Around Rosa by William Campbell Gault
  • , p. 28 - PDF
    1. Dead, She Was Beautiful by Whit Masterson
    2. The Case of the Black, Black Hearse by Frederic Freyer
    3. Live and Let Die by Ian Fleming
    4. Dishonoured Bones by John Trench
    5. Maigret in New York's Underworld by Georges Simenon
    6. The Estate of the Beckoning Lady by Margery Allingham
    7. The Assassins by Hugh Pentecost
    8. Murder Makes an Entrance by Clarence Budington Kelland
    9. Call Me Duke by Harry Grey
    10. Ring Around Rosa by William Campbell Gault
  • , p. 28 - PDF
    1. Dead, She Was Beautiful by Whit Masterson
    2. The Case of the Black, Black Hearse by Frederic Freyer
    3. Live and Let Die by Ian Fleming
    4. Dishonoured Bones by John Trench
    5. Maigret in New York's Underworld by Georges Simenon
    6. The Estate of the Beckoning Lady by Margery Allingham
    7. The Assassins by Hugh Pentecost
    8. Murder Makes an Entrance by Clarence Budington Kelland
    9. Call Me Duke by Harry Grey
    10. Ring Around Rosa by William Campbell Gault
  • , p. 29 - PDF
    1. Dead, She Was Beautiful by Whit Masterson
    2. The Case of the Black, Black Hearse by Frederic Freyer
    3. Live and Let Die by Ian Fleming
    4. Dishonoured Bones by John Trench
    5. Maigret in New York's Underworld by Georges Simenon
    6. The Estate of the Beckoning Lady by Margery Allingham
    7. The Assassins by Hugh Pentecost
    8. Murder Makes an Entrance by Clarence Budington Kelland
    9. Call Me Duke by Harry Grey
    10. Ring Around Rosa by William Campbell Gault
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    1. Dead, She Was Beautiful by Whit Masterson
    2. The Case of the Black, Black Hearse by Frederic Freyer
    3. Live and Let Die by Ian Fleming
    4. Dishonoured Bones by John Trench
    5. Maigret in New York's Underworld by Georges Simenon
    6. The Estate of the Beckoning Lady by Margery Allingham
    7. The Assassins by Hugh Pentecost
    8. Murder Makes an Entrance by Clarence Budington Kelland
    9. Call Me Duke by Harry Grey
    10. Ring Around Rosa by William Campbell Gault
  • , p. 32 - PDF
    1. Dead, She Was Beautiful by Whit Masterson
    2. The Case of the Black, Black Hearse by Frederic Freyer
    3. Live and Let Die by Ian Fleming
    4. Dishonoured Bones by John Trench
    5. Maigret in New York's Underworld by Georges Simenon
    6. The Estate of the Beckoning Lady by Margery Allingham
    7. The Assassins by Hugh Pentecost
    8. Murder Makes an Entrance by Clarence Budington Kelland
    9. Call Me Duke by Harry Grey
    10. Ring Around Rosa by William Campbell Gault
  • , p. 33 - PDF
    1. Dead, She Was Beautiful by Whit Masterson
    2. The Case of the Black, Black Hearse by Frederic Freyer
    3. Live and Let Die by Ian Fleming
    4. Dishonoured Bones by John Trench
    5. Maigret in New York's Underworld by Georges Simenon
    6. The Estate of the Beckoning Lady by Margery Allingham
    7. The Assassins by Hugh Pentecost
    8. Murder Makes an Entrance by Clarence Budington Kelland
    9. Call Me Duke by Harry Grey
    10. Ring Around Rosa by William Campbell Gault
  • , p. 33 - PDF
    1. Dead, She Was Beautiful by Whit Masterson
    2. The Case of the Black, Black Hearse by Frederic Freyer
    3. Live and Let Die by Ian Fleming
    4. Dishonoured Bones by John Trench
    5. Maigret in New York's Underworld by Georges Simenon
    6. The Estate of the Beckoning Lady by Margery Allingham
    7. The Assassins by Hugh Pentecost
    8. Murder Makes an Entrance by Clarence Budington Kelland
    9. Call Me Duke by Harry Grey
    10. Ring Around Rosa by William Campbell Gault
  • , p. 34 - PDF
    1. Dead, She Was Beautiful by Whit Masterson
    2. The Case of the Black, Black Hearse by Frederic Freyer
    3. Live and Let Die by Ian Fleming
    4. Dishonoured Bones by John Trench
    5. Maigret in New York's Underworld by Georges Simenon
    6. The Estate of the Beckoning Lady by Margery Allingham
    7. The Assassins by Hugh Pentecost
    8. Murder Makes an Entrance by Clarence Budington Kelland
    9. Call Me Duke by Harry Grey
    10. Ring Around Rosa by William Campbell Gault
  • , p. 35 - PDF
    1. Dead, She Was Beautiful by Whit Masterson
    2. The Case of the Black, Black Hearse by Frederic Freyer
    3. Live and Let Die by Ian Fleming
    4. Dishonoured Bones by John Trench
    5. Maigret in New York's Underworld by Georges Simenon
    6. The Estate of the Beckoning Lady by Margery Allingham
    7. The Assassins by Hugh Pentecost
    8. Murder Makes an Entrance by Clarence Budington Kelland
    9. Call Me Duke by Harry Grey
    10. Ring Around Rosa by William Campbell Gault
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    1. Dead, She Was Beautiful by Whit Masterson
    2. The Case of the Black, Black Hearse by Frederic Freyer
    3. Live and Let Die by Ian Fleming
    4. Dishonoured Bones by John Trench
    5. Maigret in New York's Underworld by Georges Simenon
    6. The Estate of the Beckoning Lady by Margery Allingham
    7. The Assassins by Hugh Pentecost
    8. Murder Makes an Entrance by Clarence Budington Kelland
    9. Call Me Duke by Harry Grey
    10. Ring Around Rosa by William Campbell Gault
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    , pp. 39-41 - PDF
    Adventures in Brotherhood, by James E. Pitt
    1. Adventures in Brotherhood by James E. Pitt
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    1. Adventures in Brotherhood by James E. Pitt
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    1. Adventures in Brotherhood by James E. Pitt
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    , p. 43 - PDF
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    1. A Most Contagious Game by Samuel Grafton
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    , p. 47 - PDF
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    , p. 52 - PDF
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    , p. 53 - PDF
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    , p. 54 - PDF
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    , pp. 55-57 - PDF
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    4. Our Lady of Guadalupe by Helen Rand Parish
    5. Fire-Fightin' Mose by Harold W. Felton
    6. Wings in Your Future by Leo Schneider and Maurice U. Ames
    7. Men, Microscopes, and Living Things by Katherine B. Shippen
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    1. The House Beyond the Meadow by Harry Behn
    2. The First Book of Jazz by Langston Hughes
    3. The Magic Listening Cap by Yoshiko Uchida
    4. Our Lady of Guadalupe by Helen Rand Parish
    5. Fire-Fightin' Mose by Harold W. Felton
    6. Wings in Your Future by Leo Schneider and Maurice U. Ames
    7. Men, Microscopes, and Living Things by Katherine B. Shippen
  • , pp. 59-60 - PDF
    1. The House Beyond the Meadow by Harry Behn
    2. The First Book of Jazz by Langston Hughes
    3. The Magic Listening Cap by Yoshiko Uchida
    4. Our Lady of Guadalupe by Helen Rand Parish
    5. Fire-Fightin' Mose by Harold W. Felton
    6. Wings in Your Future by Leo Schneider and Maurice U. Ames
    7. Men, Microscopes, and Living Things by Katherine B. Shippen