P.G. Wodehouse: A Literary Biography

by Benny Green

Pas de deux

Bronislava Nijinska: Early Memoirs

translated and edited by Irina Nijinska and Jean Rawlinson, with an introduction by Anna Kisselgoff

How Guilty Were the French?

Vichy France and the Jews

by Michael R. Marrus and Robert O. Paxton

The Novelist as Pedagogue

Lectures on Russian Literature

by Vladimir Nabokov, edited by Fredson Bowers

Happy Endings

New Rules:Searching for Self-Fulfillmentin a World Turned Upside Down

by Daniel Yankelovich

Fall and Decline

Roots of Revolution: An Interpretive History of Modern Iran

by Nikki R. Keddie, with a section by Yann Richard

Inside the Iranian Revolution

by John D. Stempel

Mission to Iran

by William H. Sullivan


Before Photography: Painting and the Invention of Photography

by Peter Galassi

"Before Photography: Painting and the Invention of Photography" Museum, Omaha; the Frederick S. Wright Art Gallery, University of California, Los Angeles; the Art Institute of Chicago. May 1981-May 1982

an exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the Joslyn Art

Bottoms Up

Moscow to the End of the Line

by Venedikt Erofeev, translated by H.W. Tjalsma


by Tamas Aczel

A Close Encounter

So we arrive at Francis Crick’s directed panspermia hypothesis: a few billion years ago, a technically advanced extraterrestrial civilization sent a rocket carrying a diversity of bacteria to Earth. The rocket discharged its cargo into the primeval soup, where the tiny creatures were fruitful and multiplied.

Life Itself: Its Origin and Nature

by Francis Crick


A Flag for Sunrise

by Robert Stone

Czech Nightmares

Listy ("Letters") Rome, Italy) June 1981, no. 3-4

Journal of the Czech Socialist Opposition (Via Torre Argentina 21,

‘There Is No Penance Due to Innocence’

John Donne: Life, Mind and Art

by John Carey

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