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  • An Eschatological Fantasy
    Modern Age
    , Summer 1958, pp. 240-250 - PDF
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    1. [–] Issues of the 1950s
      = 3 Years, 10 Issues, 238 Articles
      1. [+] Issues of 1957
        = 2 Issues, 56 Articles
        1. [–] Issues of 1958
          = 4 Issues, 96 Articles
          1. [+] January 1958 Issue
            = 24 Articles
            1. [+] April 1958 Issue
              = 23 Articles
              1. [–] July 1958 Issue
                = 22 Articles
                1. Healthy Reactions, pp. 226-228 - PDF
                2. This So-Called Modern Age by Anthony Lejeune, pp. 229-233 - PDF
                3. The True Welfare by August Heckscher, pp. 234-239 - PDF
                4. The Death and Judgment of Giovanni Papini by Jose Maria Gironella, pp. 240-250 - PDF
                5. The Past and Future of Western Thought by Jose Ortega Y Gasset, pp. 251-256 - PDF
                6. The Light in the Window by Margaret Coit, pp. 257-260 - PDF
                7. He Was Old by Caroline Maddox Tonsor, pp. 261-265 - PDF
                8. Otto von Habsburg and the Future of Europe by Frederick D. Wilhelmsen, pp. 266-272 - PDF
                9. The Divine Right of Minorities by Otto von Habsburg, pp. 273-284 - PDF
                10. Some Neglected Aspects of the "Minorities" Problem by George A. Lundberg, pp. 285-288 - PDF
                11. Bait-Worm by John Moffitt, pp. 289-297 - PDF
                12. On Camus and Capital Punishment by Thomas Molnar, pp. 298-306 - PDF
                13. Australia's Muffled Crisis by James Mcauley, pp. 307-310 - PDF
                14. A Voluntary for Dr. Johnson by Edward Case, pp. 311-314 - PDF
                15. A Pakistani Looks at Democracy by Freeland K. Abbott, pp. 315-316 - PDF
                16. Sin Arrimo y con Arrimo by John Frederick Nims, pp. 317-319 - PDF
                17. [+] A Poet of Re-Attachment by Galway Kinnell, pp. 320-322 - PDF
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                  1. Songs for a New America by Charles G. Bell
                18. [+] Ortega Dead and Living by Curtis Cate, pp. 323-326 - PDF
                  - 1 Review
                  1. El Hombre y La Gente by Jose Ortega y Gasset
                19. [+] Burke's Early Genius by Thomas I. Cook, pp. 327-328 - PDF
                  - 1 Review
                  1. A Note-Book of Edmund Burke by H.V.F. Somerset and Edmund Burke
                20. Ballade Des Pendus by Donald C. Yelton, pp. 329-331 - PDF
                  1. A Note-Book of Edmund Burke by H.V.F. Somerset and Edmund Burke
                21. Correspondence by Dr. Albert Norman, Brooke Walker, and..., pp. 332-334 - PDF
                  1. A Note-Book of Edmund Burke by H.V.F. Somerset and Edmund Burke
                22. Notes on Contributors, pp. 335-336 - PDF
                  1. A Note-Book of Edmund Burke by H.V.F. Somerset and Edmund Burke
              2. [+] October 1958 Issue
                = 27 Articles
              3. [+] Issues of 1959
                = 4 Issues, 86 Articles
              4. [+] Issues of the 1960s
                = 10 Years, 40 Issues, 876 Articles
                1. [+] Issues of the 1970s
                  = 10 Years, 39 Issues, 803 Articles
                  1. [+] Issues of the 1980s
                    = 10 Years, 31 Issues, 710 Articles
                    1. [+] Issues of the 1990s
                      = 10 Years, 36 Issues, 539 Articles
                      1. [+] Issues of the 2000s
                        = 4 Years, 16 Issues, 227 Articles
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