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The Saturday Review Archives
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The Saturday Review, June 11, 1966 Issue
- 61 Articles, 112pp
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    A guest column
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    (Review)
    , p. 28 - PDF
    The Red and the Black, by Stendhal
    1. The Red and the Black by Stendhal
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    1. The Red and the Black by Stendhal
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    An Editorial
    1. The Red and the Black by Stendhal
  • , pp. 31-33 - PDF
    1. The Red and the Black by Stendhal
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    1. The Red and the Black by Stendhal
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    1. The Red and the Black by Stendhal
  • , pp. 35-38 - PDF
    1. The Red and the Black by Stendhal
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    (Review)
    , p. 39 - PDF
    Poetry from a Magic Reality
    1. Journal of the Fictive Life by Howard Nemerov
  • , p. 40 - PDF
    1. Journal of the Fictive Life by Howard Nemerov
  • , pp. 41-42 - PDF
    1. Journal of the Fictive Life by Howard Nemerov
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    1. Journal of the Fictive Life by Howard Nemerov
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    1. Journal of the Fictive Life by Howard Nemerov
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    1. Journal of the Fictive Life by Howard Nemerov
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    Cecil Hemley
    1. Journal of the Fictive Life by Howard Nemerov
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    (Review)
    , p. 48 - PDF
    Learned Lady, by Robert Browning and Edward C. McAleer
    1. Learned Lady by Robert Browning and Edward C. McAleer
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    (Review)
    , p. 49 - PDF
    The Letters of George Catlin and His Family, by Marjorie Catlin Roehm and George Catlin
    1. The Letters of George Catlin and His Family by Marjorie Catlin Roehm and George Catlin
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    (Review)
    , p. 49 - PDF
    Conversations of Lord Byron, by Thomas Medwin
    1. Conversations of Lord Byron by Thomas Medwin
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    (Review)
    , p. 50 - PDF
    Protest in Tokyo, by George R. Packard III
    1. Protest in Tokyo by George R. Packard III
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    (Review)
    , p. 51 - PDF
    Ideology and Organization in Communist China, by Franz Schurmann
    1. Ideology and Organization in Communist China by Franz Schurmann
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    (3 Reviews)
    , p. 52 - PDF
    Communism in Europe, Vol. II, by William E. Griffith
    1. Communism in Europe, Vol. II by William E. Griffith
    2. Strategic Power and Soviet Foreign Policy by Arnold L. Horelick and Myron Rush
    3. Liberals and Communism: The "Red Decade" Revisited by Frank A. Warren III
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    (Review)
    , pp. 53-55 - PDF
    World Politics and Tension Areas, by Feliks Gross
    1. World Politics and Tension Areas by Feliks Gross
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    1. World Politics and Tension Areas by Feliks Gross
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    (Review)
    , p. 58 - PDF
    Yoshitsune: A Fifteenth Century Japanese Chronicle, by Helen McCullough
    1. Yoshitsune: A Fifteenth Century Japanese Chronicle by Helen McCullough
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    (Review)
    , p. 58 - PDF
    The Werewolf, by Aksel Sandemose
    1. The Werewolf by Aksel Sandemose
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    (Review)
    , p. 59 - PDF
    Harold Frederic's Stories of New York State, by Thomas F. O'Donnell and Harold Frederic
    1. Harold Frederic's Stories of New York State by Thomas F. O'Donnell and Harold Frederic
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    (Review)
    , pp. 60-61 - PDF
    Art and Philosophy: A Symposium, by Sidney Hook
    1. Art and Philosophy: A Symposium by Sidney Hook
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    (Review)
    , pp. 62-63 - PDF
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    1. The Unbelievers by A.O.J. Cockshut
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    , pp. 64-67 - PDF
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    1. Tillers of a Myth by Alexander Karanikas
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    4. Refractions: Essays in Comparative Literature by Harry Levin
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    6. The Satiric Art of Evelyn Waugh by James F. Carens
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    1. Tillers of a Myth by Alexander Karanikas
    2. Language of Fiction by David Lodge
    3. The Nature of Narrative by Robert E. Scholes and Robert Kellogg
    4. Refractions: Essays in Comparative Literature by Harry Levin
    5. D.H. Lawrence as a Literary Critic by David J. Gordon
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    (Review)
    , p. 70 - PDF
    Told in Letters, by Robert Adams Day
    1. Told in Letters by Robert Adams Day
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    , p. 70 - PDF
    1. Told in Letters by Robert Adams Day
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    (2 Reviews)
    , pp. 71-72 - PDF
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    (Review)
    , p. 73 - PDF
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    1. I Protest by Edward W. Scripps and Oliver Knight
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    (Review)
    , p. 74 - PDF
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    , pp. 75-76 - PDF
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    (2 Reviews)
    , p. 77 - PDF
    The Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are Coming (1966 Film), by Norman Jewison
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    1. The Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are Coming (1966 Film) by Norman Jewison
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    1. The Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are Coming (1966 Film) by Norman Jewison
    2. Mandragola (1965 Film) by Alberto Lattuada
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    1. The Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are Coming (1966 Film) by Norman Jewison
    2. Mandragola (1965 Film) by Alberto Lattuada
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    1. The Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are Coming (1966 Film) by Norman Jewison
    2. Mandragola (1965 Film) by Alberto Lattuada
  • Communications 
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    1. The Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are Coming (1966 Film) by Norman Jewison
    2. Mandragola (1965 Film) by Alberto Lattuada
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    1. The Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are Coming (1966 Film) by Norman Jewison
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    2. Mandragola (1965 Film) by Alberto Lattuada
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    1. The Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are Coming (1966 Film) by Norman Jewison
    2. Mandragola (1965 Film) by Alberto Lattuada
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    2. Mandragola (1965 Film) by Alberto Lattuada
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    1. The Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are Coming (1966 Film) by Norman Jewison
    2. Mandragola (1965 Film) by Alberto Lattuada
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    Cowles Knows Best
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    , pp. 102-107 - PDF
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    1. Courtier to the Crowd by Ray Eldon Hiebert
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    1. Courtier to the Crowd by Ray Eldon Hiebert
    2. Radio, Television, and the Administration of Justice
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    1. Courtier to the Crowd by Ray Eldon Hiebert
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