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by Thomas Mann, pp. 3-15 -
Life in the Industrial North
by Marcus Cunliffe, pp. 16-22 -
Has Switzerland a Future?
by Herbert Luethy, pp. 23-34 -
Men & Ideas
by Bertrand de Jouvenel, pp. 35-41 -
by Gunter Grass, pp. 42-44 -
"And Thou beside Me Singing"
by Nigel Dennis, pp. 45-47 -
Notes & Topics
After Cuba, Berlin?
by Richard Lowenthal, pp. 48-54 -
by John Montague, p. 55 -
Going into Europe
, pp. 56-65 -
James Son and Spicer
by James Reeves, p. 66 -
How Art Writing Earns Its Bad Name
by Clement Greenberg, pp. 67-70 -
by Harry Fainlight, pp. 71-72 -
by Dwight MacDonald, pp. 73-84 -
A Death in the Family, by James Agee
A Death in the Family
by James Agee
by George Steiner, pp. 85-86 -
Crowds and Power, by Elias Canetti
Crowds and Power
by Elias Canetti
Unamuno's Sense of Life
by J.M. Cohen, pp. 87-91 -
The Tragic Sense of Life in Men and Nations, by Miguel de Unamuno, ...
, pp. 92-95 -
, pp. 96-98 -
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