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Issue Date: August 14, 1965; Vol XLVIII, No 33
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COVER: The Worlds of Robert Sherwood, by John Mason Brown. Photograph by Antony di Gesu.SR: IDEAS:
The Worlds of Robert E. Sherwood,by John Mason Brown.
Classics Revisited: The Oresteia, byKenneth Rexroth.
Why Write a Book? by HarrySchwartz.
What Is World Law? An Editorial.
Are Writers Made, Not Born? byRichard Diers.
How to Write Animal Stories, byJohn O'Reilly.
Literary Horizons: "The Magician'sWife," by James M. Cain.
On the Fringe, by Haskel Frankel.
Guns at the Forks, by WalterO'Meara.
Letters from Mississippi, edited byElizabeth Sutherland; Freedom Summer, by Sally Belfrage; Three Livesfor Mississippi, by William BradfordHuie; "I Do So Politely": A Voicfrom the South, by Robert Canzneri; The Past That Would Not Dieby Walter Lord; Mississippi fromWithin, by Shirley Tucker; Mississippi Black Paper, collected by theCouncil of Federated Organizations;Mississippi: The Long, Hot Summer,by William McCord.
Report to Greco, by Nikos Kazantzakis.
A Story for Teddy -- and Others, byHarvey Swados.
The Soviet Economy Since Stalin, byHarry Schwartz.
The Ugly Russian, by Victor Lasky.
Letters to the Book Review Editor.
The Cold War... and After, byCharles 0. Lerche, Jr.; After TwentyYears: Alternatives to the Cold Warin Europe, by Richard J. Barnet andMarcus G. Raskin.
SR's Check List of the Week's NewBooks.
Phoenix Nest, by Martin Levin.
Trade Winds, by Jerome Beatty, Jr.
State of Affairs, by Henry Brandon.
Manner of Speaking, by John Ciardi.
Top of My Head, by Goodman Ace.
Letters to the Editor.
TV and Radio: Robert Lewis Shayonon the John Birch Society.
Booked for Travel: Horace Sutton inRome.
Broadway Postscript: Henry Hewesin London.
Music to My Ears: Irvingat the Stanford Summer Festival.
Kingsley Double-Crostic No. 1636.
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