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The Saturday Review, April 20, 1946 Issue
- 48 Articles, 64pp
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    , p. 7 - PDF
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    1. I Chose Freedom by Victor Kravchenko
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    Top Secret, by Ralph Ingersoll
    1. Top Secret by Ralph Ingersoll
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    (Review)
    , pp. 10-11 - PDF
    Experiment in Germany, by Saul K. Padover
    1. Experiment in Germany by Saul K. Padover
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    1. Experiment in Germany by Saul K. Padover
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    Delta Wedding, by Eudora Welty
    1. Delta Wedding by Eudora Welty
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    (Review)
    , p. 13 - PDF
    The Other Side, by Storm Jameson
    1. The Other Side by Storm Jameson
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    , p. 13 - PDF
    Trumpet to the World, by Mark Harris
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    , p. 14 - PDF
    Peabody's Mermaid, by Guy Pearce Jones and Constance Bridge...
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    , p. 16 - PDF
    A Frenchman Must Die, by Kay Boyle
    1. A Frenchman Must Die by Kay Boyle
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    , p. 16 - PDF
    The Glory of Elsie Silver, by Louis Golding
    1. The Glory of Elsie Silver by Louis Golding
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    1. Brutus Was an Honorable Man by Walter Marquiss
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    1. Never So Young Again by Dan Brennan
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    Tempered Blade, by Monte Barrett
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    , p. 19 - PDF
    Lafcadio Hearn, by Vera S. McWilliams
    1. Lafcadio Hearn by Vera S. McWilliams
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    1. The Lost Landscape by Winifred Welles
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    1. In the Name of Sanity by Raymond Swing
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    2. Johnny and His Wonderful Bed by Elisabeth Townsend
    3. Once There Was a Little Boy by Dorothy Kunhardt
    4. The Tiger and the Rabbit, and Other Tales by Pura Belpre
    5. California Pageant by Robert Glass Cleland
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    4. Murder in Peking by Vincent Starrett
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    4. Murder in Peking by Vincent Starrett
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