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The Day Henry James Discovered Dada (story)
by Colin Richmond, pp. 3-4 -
The Adversary Culture of Intellectuals
by Irving Kristol, pp. 5-14 -
Is There a Moral Basis for Capitalism?
by Paul Johnson, pp. 15-22 -
by "R.", pp. 23-25 -
Anyone for Tennis, Anyone for Death?
by J.P. Stern, pp. 26-31 -
by Anthony Thwaite, p. 32 -
by Stanislaw Baranczak, p. 33 -
Notes & Topics: European Diary
Art in Auction
by Michael Wigan, pp. 34-35 -
Aron & Sartre
by Francois Fejto, pp. 36-38 -
An Historic Handshake
Some Questions to Zinoviev
by Judy Dempsey and Alexander Zinoviev, pp. 39-40 -
by Tom Paulin, p. 41 -
Special Book Section: Art & Architecture
Image & Self-Image
by Lawrence Gowing, pp. 42-50 -
Legend, Myth, and Magic in the Image of the Artist, by Ernst Kris, Otto Kurz, .....
Heroism & Art History
by Bevis Hillier, pp. 51-58 -
The Sense of Order, by E.H. Gombrich, ...
Filling the Space
by Cedric Price, pp. 59-64 -
Urban Space, by Rob Krier, ...
Which Revolution Was That?
by P.S. Rawson, pp. 65-72 -
The New York School, by Irving Sandler, ...
Horizons in Space
by Arthur Koestler, pp. 73-76 -
On Revisiting Father's Room
by Dmitri Nabokov, pp. 77-82 -
Has "Public Service Broadcasting" a Future?
by Anthony Smith, pp. 83-84 -
Criticism & Self-Criticism
by Melvyn Bragg and Tony Cash, pp. 85-88 -
by Peter Porter, p. 89 -
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