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, January 1964 Issue
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by D.W. Brogan, pp. 3-7 -
by C. Day Lewis, pp. 8-11 -
by Richard G. Stern, pp. 12-19 -
Alone in Cold Weather
by Thomas Clark, p. 20 -
Letter from Tangier
by James Morris, pp. 21-25 -
Men & Ideas
by Herbert Luethy, pp. 26-37 -
Calvinism and Capitalism
by D.J. Enright, p. 38 -
British Painting Today
by Max Kozloff, pp. 39-42 -
by Chester Kallman, p. 43 -
Notes & Topics
The New Puritans
by Francois Bondy, pp. 44-45 -
Are We Really All Keynesians Now?
by Roy Harrod, pp. 46-50 -
"Eichmann in Jerusalem"
by Gershom Scholem, pp. 51-52 -
(An Exchange of Letters)
by Hannah Arendt, pp. 53-55 -
by Nora Beloff, pp. 56-60 -
Lest We Forget
by Michael Howard, pp. 61-66 -
First World War, by A.J.P. Taylor
First World War
by A.J.P. Taylor
Poets and Places
by John Hollander, pp. 67-69 -
Five American Poets, by Thom Gunn, Ted Hughes
Five American Poets
by Thom Gunn and Ted Hughes
Satire & Melancholy
by Michael Frayn, pp. 70-71 -
Nervous People, and Other Satires, by Mikhail Zoshchenko, Hugh McLean
Nervous People, and Other Satires
by Mikhail Zoshchenko and Hugh McLean
by Naomi Lewis, pp. 72-73 -
Thomas Hood, by J.C. Reid
by J.C. Reid
by P.N. Furbank, pp. 74-76 -
Speculations About Jakob, and Other Writings, by Uwe Johnson, ...
, p. 77 -
by James Reeves, p. 78 -
From the Other Shore
by Richard Pipes, pp. 79-84 -
, pp. 85-90 -
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