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The Order & The Tunnel (2 stories)
by Georges Csato, pp. 3-6 -
Reed: An Anglo-Saxon Riddle
by Harold Massingham, p. 7 -
Havelock Ellis & Company
by Arthur Calder-Marshall, pp. 8-23 -
by "R.", pp. 24-28 -
by John Weightman, pp. 29-31 -
Notes & Topics
by John Grigg, pp. 32-36 -
The Idiot, or Sartre's Flaubert
by Francois Bondy, pp. 37-42 -
Special Book Section: Literature & Criticism
Sailing to Byzantium
by Roy Fuller, pp. 43-47 -
The Lengthening Shadows, by John Press, ...
Judging & Showing
by Barbara Hardy, pp. 48-54 -
The City of Dickens, by Alexander Welsh, ...
A Shakespeare for All Seasons
by M.M. Mahood, pp. 55-61 -
Shakespeare, Spenser, Donne, by Frank Kermode, ...
Swains of Solyma, Advise
by William Walsh, pp. 62-66 -
Blake's Visionary Forms Dramatic, by David V. Erdman, John E. Grant, ...
Old, New, & Newest Criticism
by Theodore Weiss, pp. 67-74 -
American Literature: Essays and Opinions, by Cesare Pavese, ...
The Soul of Man Under Capitalism
by Michael Hamburger, p. 75 -
Points of the Compass
The Guerillas of Teoponte
by Alistair Horne, pp. 76-83 -
Authors & Critics
A Scientist Replies
by C.D. Darlington, pp. 84-92 -
Costa del Sol
by Douglas Hill, p. 93 -
, pp. 94-96 -
, pp. 97-98 -
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