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How I Became a Holy Mother (story)
by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala, pp. 3-12 -
by Peter Porter, p. 13 -
by Michael Wharton, pp. 14-19 -
The British in Europe
by John Bosworth, pp. 20-25 -
by Laurence Lerner, p. 26 -
by Robert Strausz-Hupe, pp. 27-29 -
by Kit Wright, p. 30 -
by Geoffrey Grigson, p. 31 -
by "R.", pp. 32-34 -
On the Toughness of the Tough Guy
by Rupert Wilkinson, pp. 35-42 -
Media, Critics & "Medienkritik"
by Martin Esslin, pp. 43-50 -
Notes & Topics
Towards a Great Debate
by John Vaizey, pp. 51-53 -
Elie Kedourie's Achievement
by David Pryce-Jones, pp. 54-56 -
by Peter Redgrove, p. 57 -
Books & Writers
And the Dance Goes On
by Alan Brownjohn, pp. 58-64 -
Hearing Secret Harmonies, by Anthony Powell
Hearing Secret Harmonies
by Anthony Powell
Victors & Victims
by James Price, pp. 65-70 -
Heat and Dust, by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala, ...
by Jonathan Raban, pp. 71-74 -
Ragtime, by E.L. Doctorow
by E.L. Doctorow
by Douglas Dunn, pp. 75-78 -
Living in a Calm Country, by Peter Porter, ...
, p. 79 -
Authors & Critics
Is the Political Jesus Dead?
by Hyam Maccoby, pp. 80-88 -
by T.F. Griffin, p. 89 -
, p. 90 -
Words, Words, Words (IV)
by D.J. Enright, pp. 91-98 -
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