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Wives in the Garden (story)
by Douglas Dunn, pp. 3-6 -
by Gavin Ewart, p. 7 -
The Idea of a Gentleman
by Shirley Robin Letwin, pp. 8-19 -
Was Stalin Really a "Great Man"?
by George Urban and Averell Harriman, pp. 20-40 -
A Conversation with Averell Harriman
Pilgrims on the Run (II)
by Paul Hollander, pp. 41-49 -
by Stewart Brown, pp. 50-53 -
by "M.", pp. 54-55 -
by John Levett, p. 56 -
Men & Ideas
Was Marx an Ancient Historian?
by George Watson, pp. 57-60 -
by Simon Rae, p. 61 -
Notes & Topics
Gandhi as a "Hunger Striker"?
by Francis Watson, pp. 62-63 -
by Edward Pearce, pp. 64-67 -
The Difference Between Warsaw & Prague
by Ota Filip, pp. 68-69 -
The Chances of Non-Proliferation
by Norman Moss, pp. 70-73 -
Books & Writers
The Education of Jacobo Timerman
by James Neilson#2, pp. 74-83 -
Prisoner without a Name, Cell without a Number, by Jacobo Timerman, ...
by Penelope Lively, pp. 84-87 -
The Portage to San Cristobal of A. H., by George Steiner, ...
by Blake Morrison, pp. 88-93 -
Edith Sitwell, by Victoria Glendinning
by Victoria Glendinning
, pp. 94-95 -
, p. 96 -
Life & Letters
, pp. 97-98 -
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