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However, if the Search Button (or ENTER) is pressed, the same information in the fields, plus anything in the Text or extended fields, is used to run a full Search of all the material, and the Search Results displayed. However, in Search Mode, full words are required in the Title, Author, or Publication Fields.

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The Saturday Review, November 13, 1965 Issue
- 49 Articles, 112pp
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  • Beyond the Los Angeles Riots 
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    An Editorial
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    (Review)
    , p. 40 - PDF
    Sophocles: The Theban Plays
    1. The Oedipus Plays of Sophocles by Paul Roche and Sophocles
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    (Review)
    , p. 41 - PDF
    Mothers, Sons, and Lovers
    1. Of the Farm by John Updike
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    1. Of the Farm by John Updike
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    1. Of the Farm by John Updike
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    1. Of the Farm by John Updike
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    1. Of the Farm by John Updike
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    (Review)
    , p. 45 - PDF
    Bernard Shaw: Collected Letters, 1874-1897, by Dan H. Laurence and Bernard Shaw
    1. Bernard Shaw: Collected Letters, 1874-1897 by Dan H. Laurence and Bernard Shaw
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    (Review)
    , p. 46 - PDF
    Dr. Johnson: His Life in Letters, by David Littlejohn and Samuel Johnson
    1. Dr. Johnson: His Life in Letters by David Littlejohn and Samuel Johnson
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    (2 Reviews)
    , p. 47 - PDF
    The Unloved Germans, by Hermann Eich
    1. The Unloved Germans by Hermann Eich
    2. Germany: Yesterday and Tomorrow by Peter H. Merkl
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    (Review)
    , p. 48 - PDF
    Russia and Germany: A Century of Conflict, by Walter Laqueur
    1. Russia and Germany: A Century of Conflict by Walter Laqueur
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    (Review)
    , pp. 49-50 - PDF
    Canada: The Uneasy Neighbor, by Gerald Clark
    1. Canada: The Uneasy Neighbor by Gerald Clark
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    (48 Reviews)
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    A Matter of Integrity
    1. Johnny Lion's Book by Edith Thacher Hurd
    2. Your Skin and Mine by Paul Showers
    3. Annie's ABC Kitten by Charlotte Steiner
    4. The Rain Puddle by Adelaide Holl
    5. The Red Door by Edith Raymond Locke
    6. The Real Mother Goose by Blanche Fish Wright
    7. The Boat that Mooed by Christopher Fry
    8. Lullabies and Night Songs by William Engvick
    9. A Book of Good Tidings by Joan Anglund
    10. Hector Protector and As I Went Over the Water by Maurice Sendak
    11. Nothingatall, Nothingatall, Nothingatall by Robert Paul Smith
    12. Petunia, I Love You by Roger Duvoisin
    13. Tom and the Small Ant by Leonore Klein
    14. Raminagrobis and the Mice by Harold Berson
    15. Babar Comes to America by Laurent de Brunhoff
    16. The Ugly Duckling by Hans Christian Andersen
    17. Cinderella by Beni Montresor
    18. The Valiant Chattee-Maker by Christine Price
    19. Harlequin and Mother Goose by Ruth Robbins
    20. Grandpa's Farm by James Flora
    21. I Had Trouble in Getting to Solla Sollew by Dr. Seuss
    22. The Empty Schoolhouse by Natalie Savage Carlson
    23. The Mouse and the Motorcycle by Beverly Cleary
    24. Tal and the Magic Barruget by Eva-Lis Wuorio
    25. Mister Jensen and Cat by Lenore Blegvad
    26. The Burning Mountain by Anico Surany
    27. The Sea of Gold and Other Tales from Japan by Yoshiko Uchida
    28. This Is Hong Kong by Miroslav Sasek
    29. River Boy: Adventure on the Amazon by Ralph Herrmanns
    30. Yankee Doodle by Richard Shackburg
    31. The French Are Coming by Wilma Pitchford Hays
    32. Harvest Feast by Wilhelmina Harper
    33. Merry Christmas to You by Wilhelmina Harper
    34. Gateway to America by Hertha E. Pauli
    35. The Art of Africa by Shirley Glubok
    36. Fun with Crewel Embroidery by Erica Wilson
    37. The Stitchery Book: Embroidery for Beginners by Irene Preston Miller and Winifred Lubell
    38. Shapes and Stories by Geoffrey Grigson and Jane Grigson
    39. Frank Lloyd Wright: America's Greatest Architect by Herbert Austin Jacobs
    40. Flying Free by Reidar Brodtkorb
    41. Our Wild Animals by John Bailey
    42. Jamestown: First English Colony by Marshall W. Fishwick
    43. A Book of Love Poems by William Cole
    44. Earth Is the Lords by Helen Plotz
    45. Sprints and Distances by Lillian Morrison
    46. The Swedish Nightingale: Jenny Lind by Elisabeth Kyle
    47. The Lantern Bearer by James Playsted Wood
    48. Jules Verne: Portrait of a Prophet by Russell Freedman
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    Benjamin Franklin: Philosopher and Man, by Alfred Owen Aldridge
    1. Benjamin Franklin: Philosopher and Man by Alfred Owen Aldridge
    2. Poor Richard's Politicks by Paul W. Conner
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    The Painted Bird, by Jerzy Kosinski
    1. The Painted Bird by Jerzy Kosinski
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    (Review)
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    The Hawk Alone, by Jack Bennett
    1. The Hawk Alone by Jack Bennett
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    (Review)
    , p. 65 - PDF
    Aura, by Carlos Fuentes
    1. Aura by Carlos Fuentes
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    (2 Reviews)
    , pp. 65-68 - PDF
    Tentacles of Power, by Clark R. Mollenhoff
    1. Tentacles of Power by Clark R. Mollenhoff
    2. Hoffa and the Teamsters by Ralph C. James and Estelle Dinerstein...
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    (Review)
    , pp. 69-70 - PDF
    The Fashionable Savages, by John Fairchild
    1. The Fashionable Savages by John Fairchild
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    The Royal Hunt of the Sun
    1. The Fashionable Savages by John Fairchild
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    Capriccio
    1. The Fashionable Savages by John Fairchild
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    (2 Reviews)
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    The Bedford Incident (1965 Film), by James B. Harris
    1. The Bedford Incident (1965 Film) by James B. Harris
    2. Alphaville (1965 Film) by Jean-Luc Godard
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    In Hong Kong
    1. The Bedford Incident (1965 Film) by James B. Harris
    2. Alphaville (1965 Film) by Jean-Luc Godard
  • Mid-Month Recordings 
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    1. The Bedford Incident (1965 Film) by James B. Harris
    2. Alphaville (1965 Film) by Jean-Luc Godard
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    1. The Bedford Incident (1965 Film) by James B. Harris
    2. Alphaville (1965 Film) by Jean-Luc Godard
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    1. The Bedford Incident (1965 Film) by James B. Harris
    2. Alphaville (1965 Film) by Jean-Luc Godard
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    1. The Bedford Incident (1965 Film) by James B. Harris
    2. Alphaville (1965 Film) by Jean-Luc Godard
  • Communications 
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    1. The Bedford Incident (1965 Film) by James B. Harris
    2. Alphaville (1965 Film) by Jean-Luc Godard
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    1. The Bedford Incident (1965 Film) by James B. Harris
    2. Alphaville (1965 Film) by Jean-Luc Godard
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    It's Tuesday on Sundays
    1. The Bedford Incident (1965 Film) by James B. Harris
    2. Alphaville (1965 Film) by Jean-Luc Godard
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    1. The Bedford Incident (1965 Film) by James B. Harris
    2. Alphaville (1965 Film) by Jean-Luc Godard
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    Drama in Two Dimensions
    1. The Bedford Incident (1965 Film) by James B. Harris
    2. Alphaville (1965 Film) by Jean-Luc Godard
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    1. The Bedford Incident (1965 Film) by James B. Harris
    2. Alphaville (1965 Film) by Jean-Luc Godard
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    1. The Bedford Incident (1965 Film) by James B. Harris
    2. Alphaville (1965 Film) by Jean-Luc Godard
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    Corporations and Education
    1. The Bedford Incident (1965 Film) by James B. Harris
    2. Alphaville (1965 Film) by Jean-Luc Godard
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    1. The Bedford Incident (1965 Film) by James B. Harris
    2. Alphaville (1965 Film) by Jean-Luc Godard
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    (2 Reviews)
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    Total Recall
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    (Review)
    , p. 104 - PDF
    The Job Hunter, by Allen R. Dodd
    1. The Job Hunter by Allen R. Dodd
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    (Review)
    , p. 104 - PDF
    The Mistress and Other Stories, by Gina Berriault
    1. The Mistress and Other Stories by Gina Berriault
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    (Review)
    , pp. 105-112 - PDF
    The Beggar, by F.M. Esfandiary
    1. The Beggar by F.M. Esfandiary