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by Francis King, pp. 3-12 -
by John Levett, p. 13 -
Of Lions & Ostriches
The Meaning of Mrs Thatcher's Victory
by Vernon Bogdanor, pp. 14-18 -
The Collapse of a Broad Church
by Anthony Hartley, pp. 19-22 -
The Eagle & the Small Birds
III. The Eclipse of Ideology
by Michael Charlton, pp. 23-38 -
, p. 39 -
by Raymond Tong, p. 40 -
by Laurence Lerner, p. 41 -
by "M.", pp. 42-43 -
by Michael Foot, p. 44 -
The Life & Death of Arthur Koestler (II)
From Diagnosis to Nightmare
by John Wain, pp. 45-47 -
, pp. 48-49 -
by Hyam Maccoby, p. 50 -
On the Short List
by George Steiner, pp. 51-52 -
by Brian Inglis, pp. 53-54 -
by Mamaine Paget Koestler, pp. 55-56 -
, pp. 57-58 -
by Melvin J. Lasky, pp. 59-62 -
On "Forgetting Koestler"
by Arno Widmann, pp. 63-67 -
Books & Writers
by Douglas Dunn, pp. 68-75 -
Robert Lowell: A Biography, by Ian Hamilton, ...
Shifts & Frictions
by Hilary Spurling, pp. 76-79 -
On R.K. Narayan
From the Eighth Floor of the Tower
by Alan Brownjohn, pp. 80-84 -
Collected Poems, by Peter Porter
by Peter Porter
Points of the Compass
Letter from Argentina
by James Neilson#2, pp. 85-88 -
The Lost Country
by Michael Hulse, p. 89 -
In the Margin
Living with an Insult in a Mind-Free Zone
by Melvin Lasky, pp. 90-94 -
, pp. 95-96 -
Life & Letters
, pp. 97-98 -
"Our American Pravda"
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