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The Saturday Review Archives
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The Saturday Review, April 27, 1963 Issue
- 41 Articles, 80pp
  • , pp. 6-9 - PDF
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    On Oedipus, etiquette, and advertising
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    On accentuating the negative
  • , pp. 16-19 - PDF
  • , pp. 20-21 - PDF
    A Change of Chemistry
  • , pp. 22-23 - PDF
    Best in Chess?
  • , p. 24 - PDF
    An Editorial
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    (Review)
    , p. 26 - PDF
    Landru (1963 Film), by Claude Chabrol
    1. Landru (1963 Film) by Claude Chabrol
  • , p. 27 - PDF
    On some current satires
    1. Landru (1963 Film) by Claude Chabrol
  • , p. 28 - PDF
    On opera and Americans
    1. Landru (1963 Film) by Claude Chabrol
  • , pp. 29-30 - PDF
    Surving art in New York State
    1. Landru (1963 Film) by Claude Chabrol
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    (Review)
    , p. 31 - PDF
    Cold Journey Into Spring
    1. The Dark Traveler by Josephine W. Johnson
  • , p. 32 - PDF
    To Fill the Reading Cap
    1. The Dark Traveler by Josephine W. Johnson
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    1. The Dark Traveler by Josephine W. Johnson
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    (Review)
    , p. 34 - PDF
    The Paper Economy, by David T. Bazelon
    1. The Paper Economy by David T. Bazelon
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    (Review)
    , p. 35 - PDF
    Rumbles Left and Right, by William F. Buckley, Jr.
    1. Rumbles Left and Right by William F. Buckley, Jr.
  • , p. 36 - PDF
    1. Rumbles Left and Right by William F. Buckley, Jr.
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    (Review)
    , p. 36 - PDF
    What's Become of Waring?, by Anthony Powell
    1. What's Become of Waring? by Anthony Powell
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    (Review)
    , p. 37 - PDF
    Inside Daisy Clover, by Gavin Lambert
    1. Inside Daisy Clover by Gavin Lambert
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    (Review)
    , p. 37 - PDF
    The Glass Coffin, and Other Stories, by Maurice Druon
    1. The Glass Coffin, and Other Stories by Maurice Druon
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    (Review)
    , p. 38 - PDF
    Judas, by Igal Mossinsohn
    1. Judas by Igal Mossinsohn
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    (Review)
    , p. 38 - PDF
    The Prism, by Jennifer Lash
    1. The Prism by Jennifer Lash
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    (Review)
    , p. 39 - PDF
    The Water Beetle, by Nancy Mitford
    1. The Water Beetle by Nancy Mitford
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    (Review)
    , p. 39 - PDF
    The Complete Essays of Mark Twain, by Charles Neider and Mark Twain
    1. The Complete Essays of Mark Twain by Charles Neider and Mark Twain
  • , pp. 40-41 - PDF
    1. The Complete Essays of Mark Twain by Charles Neider and Mark Twain
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    (20 Reviews)
    , p. 42 - PDF
    The Dillinger Days, by John Toland
    1. The Dillinger Days by John Toland
    2. Catch a Falling Spy by Nathaniel Benchley
    3. The Massingham Affair by Edward Grierson
    4. The Hidden Key by George Harmon Coxe
    5. The Fourth of Forever by Bill S. Ballinger
    6. Arrangement for Murder by Roger Simons
    7. Murder on the Line by John Creasey
    8. The Big H by Bryan Peters
    9. Fifth Passenger by Edward Preston Young
    10. The Case of the Mischievous Doll by Erle Stanley Gardner
    11. Isle of the Snakes by Robert L. Fish
    12. Too Friendly, Too Dead by Brett Halliday
    13. Business of Murder by Charles Boswell and Lewis Thompson
    14. The Expendable Man by Dorothy B. Hughes
    15. Return from Ashes by Hubert Monteilhet
    16. Deadly Contact by Amber Dean
    17. The Tarnished Angel by Hugh Pentecost
    18. Softly in the Night by M.E. Chaber
    19. Back Door to Death by Rae Foley
    20. Crimes and Chaos by Avram Davidson
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    , pp. 43-44 - PDF
    The "Golden Age" for Children
    1. The Little Knight's Dragon by Denise Trez and Alain Trez
    2. The Baron's Booty by Virginia Kahl
    3. Castle, Abbey and Town by Irma Simonton Black
    4. Chivalry and the Mailed Knight by Walter Buehr
    5. Sea So Big, Ship So Small by Jeanne Bendick
    6. The Congress by Gerald W. Johnson
    7. Automation by Andrew Bluemle
    8. This Is a Flower by Ross E. Hutchins
  • , pp. 45-52 - PDF
    1. The Little Knight's Dragon by Denise Trez and Alain Trez
    2. The Baron's Booty by Virginia Kahl
    3. Castle, Abbey and Town by Irma Simonton Black
    4. Chivalry and the Mailed Knight by Walter Buehr
    5. Sea So Big, Ship So Small by Jeanne Bendick
    6. The Congress by Gerald W. Johnson
    7. Automation by Andrew Bluemle
    8. This Is a Flower by Ross E. Hutchins
  • , pp. 53-54 - PDF
    1. The Little Knight's Dragon by Denise Trez and Alain Trez
    2. The Baron's Booty by Virginia Kahl
    3. Castle, Abbey and Town by Irma Simonton Black
    4. Chivalry and the Mailed Knight by Walter Buehr
    5. Sea So Big, Ship So Small by Jeanne Bendick
    6. The Congress by Gerald W. Johnson
    7. Automation by Andrew Bluemle
    8. This Is a Flower by Ross E. Hutchins
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    1. The Little Knight's Dragon by Denise Trez and Alain Trez
    2. The Baron's Booty by Virginia Kahl
    3. Castle, Abbey and Town by Irma Simonton Black
    4. Chivalry and the Mailed Knight by Walter Buehr
    5. Sea So Big, Ship So Small by Jeanne Bendick
    6. The Congress by Gerald W. Johnson
    7. Automation by Andrew Bluemle
    8. This Is a Flower by Ross E. Hutchins
  • , pp. 58-59 - PDF
    1. The Little Knight's Dragon by Denise Trez and Alain Trez
    2. The Baron's Booty by Virginia Kahl
    3. Castle, Abbey and Town by Irma Simonton Black
    4. Chivalry and the Mailed Knight by Walter Buehr
    5. Sea So Big, Ship So Small by Jeanne Bendick
    6. The Congress by Gerald W. Johnson
    7. Automation by Andrew Bluemle
    8. This Is a Flower by Ross E. Hutchins
  • , p. 60 - PDF
    1. The Little Knight's Dragon by Denise Trez and Alain Trez
    2. The Baron's Booty by Virginia Kahl
    3. Castle, Abbey and Town by Irma Simonton Black
    4. Chivalry and the Mailed Knight by Walter Buehr
    5. Sea So Big, Ship So Small by Jeanne Bendick
    6. The Congress by Gerald W. Johnson
    7. Automation by Andrew Bluemle
    8. This Is a Flower by Ross E. Hutchins
  • , p. 61 - PDF
    1. The Little Knight's Dragon by Denise Trez and Alain Trez
    2. The Baron's Booty by Virginia Kahl
    3. Castle, Abbey and Town by Irma Simonton Black
    4. Chivalry and the Mailed Knight by Walter Buehr
    5. Sea So Big, Ship So Small by Jeanne Bendick
    6. The Congress by Gerald W. Johnson
    7. Automation by Andrew Bluemle
    8. This Is a Flower by Ross E. Hutchins
  • , p. 62 - PDF
    1. The Little Knight's Dragon by Denise Trez and Alain Trez
    2. The Baron's Booty by Virginia Kahl
    3. Castle, Abbey and Town by Irma Simonton Black
    4. Chivalry and the Mailed Knight by Walter Buehr
    5. Sea So Big, Ship So Small by Jeanne Bendick
    6. The Congress by Gerald W. Johnson
    7. Automation by Andrew Bluemle
    8. This Is a Flower by Ross E. Hutchins
  • , pp. 63-65 - PDF
    1. The Little Knight's Dragon by Denise Trez and Alain Trez
    2. The Baron's Booty by Virginia Kahl
    3. Castle, Abbey and Town by Irma Simonton Black
    4. Chivalry and the Mailed Knight by Walter Buehr
    5. Sea So Big, Ship So Small by Jeanne Bendick
    6. The Congress by Gerald W. Johnson
    7. Automation by Andrew Bluemle
    8. This Is a Flower by Ross E. Hutchins
  • , pp. 66-67 - PDF
    1. The Little Knight's Dragon by Denise Trez and Alain Trez
    2. The Baron's Booty by Virginia Kahl
    3. Castle, Abbey and Town by Irma Simonton Black
    4. Chivalry and the Mailed Knight by Walter Buehr
    5. Sea So Big, Ship So Small by Jeanne Bendick
    6. The Congress by Gerald W. Johnson
    7. Automation by Andrew Bluemle
    8. This Is a Flower by Ross E. Hutchins
  • , pp. 68-69 - PDF
    1. The Little Knight's Dragon by Denise Trez and Alain Trez
    2. The Baron's Booty by Virginia Kahl
    3. Castle, Abbey and Town by Irma Simonton Black
    4. Chivalry and the Mailed Knight by Walter Buehr
    5. Sea So Big, Ship So Small by Jeanne Bendick
    6. The Congress by Gerald W. Johnson
    7. Automation by Andrew Bluemle
    8. This Is a Flower by Ross E. Hutchins
  • , pp. 70-71 - PDF
    1. The Little Knight's Dragon by Denise Trez and Alain Trez
    2. The Baron's Booty by Virginia Kahl
    3. Castle, Abbey and Town by Irma Simonton Black
    4. Chivalry and the Mailed Knight by Walter Buehr
    5. Sea So Big, Ship So Small by Jeanne Bendick
    6. The Congress by Gerald W. Johnson
    7. Automation by Andrew Bluemle
    8. This Is a Flower by Ross E. Hutchins
  • , pp. 72-80 - PDF
    1. The Little Knight's Dragon by Denise Trez and Alain Trez
    2. The Baron's Booty by Virginia Kahl
    3. Castle, Abbey and Town by Irma Simonton Black
    4. Chivalry and the Mailed Knight by Walter Buehr
    5. Sea So Big, Ship So Small by Jeanne Bendick
    6. The Congress by Gerald W. Johnson
    7. Automation by Andrew Bluemle
    8. This Is a Flower by Ross E. Hutchins
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    1. The Little Knight's Dragon by Denise Trez and Alain Trez
    2. The Baron's Booty by Virginia Kahl
    3. Castle, Abbey and Town by Irma Simonton Black
    4. Chivalry and the Mailed Knight by Walter Buehr
    5. Sea So Big, Ship So Small by Jeanne Bendick
    6. The Congress by Gerald W. Johnson
    7. Automation by Andrew Bluemle
    8. This Is a Flower by Ross E. Hutchins