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Issue Date: June 8, 1963; Vol. XLVI. No. 23
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COVER: Self-Portrait of GEORGE GERSHWIN: The Other side of the Canvas. Cover: "George Gershwin: A Self-Portrait," from the Ira Gershwin Collection.
Wilderness as a Tonic, by JosephWood Krutch.
Self-Portrait by George Gershwin: The Other Side of the Canvas,by Wilson Sullivan. [Also with paintings by Gerswhin]
Why Johnny Can't Write: An Editorial.
The Amy Loveman Award: 1963,by Hallowell Bowser.
The Pulitzer Forum: Journalism'sChallenge and Answers, by JohnTebbel.
60,000,000 Projections Can't BeWrong, by Ralph Schoenstein.
Literary Horizons: Granville Hicksreviews "City of Night,"by John Rechy.
The Supreme Choice, by DrewMiddleton; Alliance Born of Danger, by Charles A. Cerami; TheCommunity of Europe, by RichardMayne; Toward an Atlantic Community, by Christian A. Herter;The Future of the Atlantic Community, by Kurt Birrenbach; TheNew Europe, by George Lichtheim;The Common Market, by MichaelShanks and John Lambert.
Dramatis Personae,by John Mason Brown.
Power, Politics and People: TheCollected Essays of C. WrightMills, edited by I. L. Horowitz.
The Fascination of the Abomination,by Reed Whittemore.
Elizabeth Appleton, by John O'Hara.
The Fratricides,by Maurice Edelman.
The Shoes of the Fisherman,by Morris L. West.
Winston Churchill: The Years ofAchievement, by Lewis Broad; TheDecline and Fall of Lloyd George,by Lord Beaverbrook.
Mrs. C. B. S.: A Portrait,by Janet Dunbar.
SR's Check List of Current Books.
SR/DEPARTMENTSPhoenix Nest, by Martin Levin.
Trade Winds: John C. Fuller on gamesmanship revisited.
Manner of Speaking: John Ciardi on the heart's metaphors.
Letters to the Editor.
Music to My Ears: Irving Kolodin on Pierre Boulez.
SR Goes to the Movies: Hollis Alpert reviews The L-Shaped Room and Hand in the Trap.
Broadway Postscript: Henry Hewes covers the current Paris theatre season.
Booked for Travel: Horace Sutton in Yugoslavia.
Chess Corner, by Al Horowitz.
Kingsley Double-Crostic No. 1522.
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