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The Saturday Review Archives
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The Saturday Review, September 28, 1957 Issue
- 57 Articles, 124pp
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  • The Novel, French Style 
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    (Review)
    , p. 16 - PDF
    1. Faraway by Andre Dhotel
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    (Review)
    , p. 16 - PDF
    1. The Transgressor by Julian Green
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    (Review)
    , p. 17 - PDF
    1. Lines of Life by Francois Mauriac
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    (Review)
    , p. 17 - PDF
    1. The Poisoned Crown by Maurice Druon
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    (Review)
    , p. 17 - PDF
    The Gluyas Williams Treasury, by Gluyas Williams
    1. The Gluyas Williams Treasury by Gluyas Williams
  • First Novelists to Watch 
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    (Review)
    , p. 18 - PDF
    1. The God Boy by Ian Cross
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    (Review)
    , p. 18 - PDF
    1. The Apprentices by June Hooper
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    (Review)
    , p. 18 - PDF
    1. No Down Payment by John McPartland
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    (Review)
    , p. 18 - PDF
    1. Drives My Green Age by Josephine Carson
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    (Review)
    , p. 19 - PDF
    1. The Scorpion Field by J.L. Nusser
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    (Review)
    , p. 19 - PDF
    The Hungarian Revolution, by Melvin J. Lasky
    1. The Hungarian Revolution by Melvin J. Lasky
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    (Review)
    , p. 20 - PDF
    Fullness of Days, by Edward F.L.W. Halifax
    1. Fullness of Days by Edward F.L.W. Halifax
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    (Review)
    , p. 21 - PDF
    The Unquiet Germans, by Charles W. Thayer
    1. The Unquiet Germans by Charles W. Thayer
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    (Review)
    , p. 22 - PDF
    Any Number Can Play, by Clifton Fadiman
    1. Any Number Can Play by Clifton Fadiman
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    (Review)
    , p. 22 - PDF
    The Fine Art of Reading, by David Cecil
    1. The Fine Art of Reading by David Cecil
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    (Review)
    , p. 23 - PDF
    The Three Worlds of Albert Schweitzer, by Robert Payne
    1. The Three Worlds of Albert Schweitzer by Robert Payne
  • , p. 24 - PDF
    An Editorial
    1. The Three Worlds of Albert Schweitzer by Robert Payne
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    1. The Three Worlds of Albert Schweitzer by Robert Payne
  • The Movies 
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    (2 Reviews)
    , p. 26 - PDF
    1. The Three Faces of Eve (1957 Film) by Nunnally Johnson
    2. Woman in a Dressing Gown (1957 Film) by J. Lee Thompson
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    (Review)
    , pp. 26-27 - PDF
    1. A King in New York (1957 Film) by Charles Chaplin
  • , p. 28 - PDF
    1. A King in New York (1957 Film) by Charles Chaplin
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    1. A King in New York (1957 Film) by Charles Chaplin
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    (Review)
    , p. 29 - PDF
    Good Old Coney Island, by Edo McCullough
    1. Good Old Coney Island by Edo McCullough
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    (Review)
    , p. 30 - PDF
    The Fabulous Tom Mix, by Olive Stokes Mix
    1. The Fabulous Tom Mix by Olive Stokes Mix
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    (14 Reviews)
    , p. 31 - PDF
    The Hovering Darkness, by Evelyn Berckman
    1. The Hovering Darkness by Evelyn Berckman
    2. From Russia With Love by Ian Fleming
    3. Practise to Deceive by Richard Lockridge and Frances Lockridge
    4. The Case of the Flowery Corpse by Christopher Bush
    5. How Still My Love by Doris Siegel
    6. Deadly Summer by Glenn M. Barns
    7. The Hollywood Murders by Ellery Queen
    8. Dolls with Sad Faces by Conrad Phillips
    9. Murder on the Rocks by Robert Dietrich
    10. Louise by Joan Dering
    11. Murder in Majorca by Michael Bryan
    12. Lovely and Lethal by Frank Castle
    13. The Murder Room by Paul E. Walsh
    14. Best Detective Stories of the Year, 1957 by David C. Cooke
  • , p. 32 - PDF
    1. The Hovering Darkness by Evelyn Berckman
    2. From Russia With Love by Ian Fleming
    3. Practise to Deceive by Richard Lockridge and Frances Lockridge
    4. The Case of the Flowery Corpse by Christopher Bush
    5. How Still My Love by Doris Siegel
    6. Deadly Summer by Glenn M. Barns
    7. The Hollywood Murders by Ellery Queen
    8. Dolls with Sad Faces by Conrad Phillips
    9. Murder on the Rocks by Robert Dietrich
    10. Louise by Joan Dering
    11. Murder in Majorca by Michael Bryan
    12. Lovely and Lethal by Frank Castle
    13. The Murder Room by Paul E. Walsh
    14. Best Detective Stories of the Year, 1957 by David C. Cooke
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    (Review)
    , p. 33 - PDF
    Albert Schweitzer: The Story of His Life, by Jean Pierhal
    1. Albert Schweitzer: The Story of His Life by Jean Pierhal
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    (13 Reviews)
    , p. 33 - PDF
    Christianity and Classical Culture, by Charles Norris Cochrane
    1. Christianity and Classical Culture by Charles Norris Cochrane
    2. New Poems by American Poets, No 2 by Rolfe Humphries
    3. Indian-Fighting Army by Fairfax D. Downey
    4. The Classical Tradition in Poetry by Gilbert Murray
    5. The Living Talmud by Judah Goldin
    6. Gods, Heroes and Men of Ancient Greece by W.H.D. Rouse
    7. My Life for My Sheep by Alfred Duggan
    8. Don Quixote by Walter Starkie and Miguel de Cervante...
    9. Vipers' Tangle by Francois Mauriac
    10. Man and Automation by L. Landon Goodman
    11. Ethan Frome by Edith Wharton
    12. Masochism in Modern Man by Theodor Reik
    13. The Captain's Daughter, and Other Stories by Alexander Pushkin
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    1. Christianity and Classical Culture by Charles Norris Cochrane
    2. New Poems by American Poets, No 2 by Rolfe Humphries
    3. Indian-Fighting Army by Fairfax D. Downey
    4. The Classical Tradition in Poetry by Gilbert Murray
    5. The Living Talmud by Judah Goldin
    6. Gods, Heroes and Men of Ancient Greece by W.H.D. Rouse
    7. My Life for My Sheep by Alfred Duggan
    8. Don Quixote by Walter Starkie and Miguel de Cervante...
    9. Vipers' Tangle by Francois Mauriac
    10. Man and Automation by L. Landon Goodman
    11. Ethan Frome by Edith Wharton
    12. Masochism in Modern Man by Theodor Reik
    13. The Captain's Daughter, and Other Stories by Alexander Pushkin
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    (Review)
    , p. 35 - PDF
    The Animal Game, by Frank Tuohy
    1. The Animal Game by Frank Tuohy
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    (Review)
    , pp. 36-40 - PDF
    A Commonplace Book, by Charles P. Curtis
    1. A Commonplace Book by Charles P. Curtis
  • Ten Years of Recordings 
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    1. A Commonplace Book by Charles P. Curtis
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    1. A Commonplace Book by Charles P. Curtis
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    Lee De Forest
    1. A Commonplace Book by Charles P. Curtis
  • , pp. 53-54 - PDF
    1. A Commonplace Book by Charles P. Curtis
  • , pp. 55-57 - PDF
    1. A Commonplace Book by Charles P. Curtis
  • , pp. 58-66 - PDF
    1. A Commonplace Book by Charles P. Curtis
  • , pp. 67-71 - PDF
    1. A Commonplace Book by Charles P. Curtis
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    1. A Commonplace Book by Charles P. Curtis
  • , pp. 74-78 - PDF
    1. A Commonplace Book by Charles P. Curtis
  • , pp. 79-81 - PDF
    1. A Commonplace Book by Charles P. Curtis
  • , pp. 82-83 - PDF
    1. A Commonplace Book by Charles P. Curtis
  • , pp. 84-85 - PDF
    1. A Commonplace Book by Charles P. Curtis
  • , pp. 86-87 - PDF
    1. A Commonplace Book by Charles P. Curtis
  • , pp. 88-89 - PDF
    1. A Commonplace Book by Charles P. Curtis
  • , pp. 90-91 - PDF
    1. A Commonplace Book by Charles P. Curtis
  • , pp. 92-98 - PDF
    1. A Commonplace Book by Charles P. Curtis
  • , p. 99 - PDF
    1. A Commonplace Book by Charles P. Curtis
  • , pp. 100-102 - PDF
    1. A Commonplace Book by Charles P. Curtis
  • , pp. 103-106 - PDF
    1. A Commonplace Book by Charles P. Curtis
  • , pp. 107-109 - PDF
    1. A Commonplace Book by Charles P. Curtis
  • , pp. 110-112 - PDF
    1. A Commonplace Book by Charles P. Curtis
  • , pp. 113-119 - PDF
    1. A Commonplace Book by Charles P. Curtis
  • , pp. 120-121 - PDF
    1. A Commonplace Book by Charles P. Curtis
  • , pp. 122-124 - PDF
    1. A Commonplace Book by Charles P. Curtis