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Secondly, all improvising stops with the for- mation of u script. This is as fixed — in respect of lines, move- ments, and camera activity — as a conventional shooting script. Tho point of the technique is not so much to achieve a new quality of performance though this is an important side-effect os to gener- ate characters that arc plausible, indeed representative of their society in some sense, and thor- oughly understood.

It is a technique which gives the director more control than might be expected, and this explains why Leigh's films are, in many re- spects, of a piece. In particular he was able to return in the bril- liant The Kiss of Death — a BBC- i television production — to the special bleakness of Bleak Moments. In these mo films a human world is depicted which is, in an extreme way, both risible and poignant.

The appropriate response is not just a kindly smile, but real derision com- bined with real compassion. Our mood is like the angry love of Sylvia for the retarded Hilda, when she seizes her by the hair and forces the weeping, imbecile face down to her lap. The vein Leigh has struck in these two films seems to me the most remarkable feature of his work' so far. Ten years is a long time to suspend an ambition, and Leigh may soon feel It wiser to cut- his losses.

British cinema would loss a director of great promise. In all there is an impres- ue meets Carolina. Perhaps in this re- , ,! Conrad would centre of this Previous work. And while Hare has. And 1 4f Caroline's; fasting. William— then the metaphor seems to cry out for development, for explanation. Is thgt madness or that isola- tion tlie price wbmen must pay tor thedr independence? We know no comfort. We have dreams' of leav- ing. One con be too demanding of course. That the filin' Is intriguing ahd elegant is never in doubt. L6ger, and Plcabla, developed dlllerent forms of non-figuratlve or abstract painting.

This book analyses the meaning of the new art by examining the evolution from figurative Imagery to non- figuratlve structure and of ways in which the spectator experiences the paintings. The Importance of the Wyatts lies chiefly in their cumulative effect as a dynasty: Simply complete the subscription coupon and send It with your remittance to the address below. R A Burchell examines settlement and occupational patterns, the family, religious and associational life, and politlcsand prejudices.

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London This is the first of a series tours of our slough or Slough. A bracing pre-Christmas trip to give up reading newspapers, 01 i ehe munificence of an Bimnyma-l Toronto, the city where they shut do something. TIip classical hpvn- l , e f. Marshall, a A'Ks'ji gs. A thorn m oi. Maillard traces the style back to counter that Arinin is known to ibii-o uw.

Pail Mall, London SW1. Later he was connected wdth Efforts to raise money For the arts make such dismal reading on the whole — the response so poor, the rewards so few — that It was gratify- ing recently to learn of a scheme which has had some measure of success. For much of the s and s, the Poetry Society has been the scene of furious in-fighting, with rival groups of poets competing for what little power and money the society has to offer.

Not surprisingly, the insti- tution has attracted a goad deal of criticism and even ridicule. In the past few years, however, the society's executive committee has been substantially reformed, and in a a attempt to regain both respect- ability ani funds nas come up with a number of interesting initiatives —notably that of a National Poetry Competition to be held each year. Discursive or sun- John Pitt.

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Is how they managed Lo overlook the fact that the poem was -longer than tho competition allowed: One irate correspondent in tlio Listener complained of having wasted an afternoon pruning his poems to the requiied length, and petty though the rules may be, there does seem little point in having them if they are not enforced. It could begin, for example, with the annual Alice Hunt Bartlett award for a book of poems: Whatever the Poetry Society decides to do with its funds, fits success in raising them is certain to have been noted at the Arts Council, and should make the parent body think ogaiu about any drastic plans to disown or penalize its at one time unruly beneficiary.

It is no secret that both Charles Osborne, the litera- ture director of the Arts Council, and a hterature panel which includes Melvyn Bragg, have hud their doubts about the value of the Poetry Society, and have recently been considering plans either to devolve It or to reduce its Arts Council grant. Grey Roofs, li Harwell Road, Fifty years on. IIS- tically rare as we proclauped. If she coulajj Anyway, all you lofi who sent off 0 f one herself, she cOuW nutee witn me. VUl llllo snigger December. WiiHe , a volume as big as the Book, and with them. Bjtfon and Williatn Uuton Richards: In L and tepeclqlly adiout thpir i: Thomas Middleton is conspicuously an Elizabethan dramatist who has been highly praised, but who iiatf never yet received his due.

The Work of Webster, for. But the work- of Middle ton is more various than, that of any Other Eliza- bethan except Shakespeare himself; and being. No oife col- laborated more freely; and his own variety is complicated by his readi- ness, to work with dftopt anybody. Xt is ail tii a more remarkable that, oiie of, tho -finest plays of- Middleton, one: It is, of course, ih the ' edition.. Mr Bakl supis up all the agreed interpretation of rhe politi- cal satire, and adds some Intelligent guesses of his.

A GtiiHe tit Chesse Is. G mne at Chesse have, of. As ,for a ; the. Bald for having Bald for I 1 —. Slow Growth In li ritain— Causes ami Consequences pp. Since the war, we Iv. Tit is optimism was jus- tified. Whatever horrors remain, the poor in Britain are now a great deal better off than they were thirty-Eive years ago. But, as Field dhows, this is to the credit of our economic efficiency, not of our generosity or social engineering. The eering skills in niamigcmcnt, luck enough to get them again, modesty of this conclusion, and Its with the exchange rate, and so on apparent absurdity in the flight of —show conclusively that there is no.

You a out of the window at the real authorities cun choose as. However repellent was The poor have BOtnmw because the greed and economic efficiency the country has S 0? The consequences of low growth are not liie homely rural idyll that we were promised, but unemploy- ment, frustration, poverty, social dissension, and military vulner- ability. Of course, the collapse of industrialized notions has hap- pened without any scrinus or care- ful plan to adopt dm theories of Professor Meadows at id, and maybe if we had followed more careful tv what they had to say we would have managed a smoother ride into decline than has been forced on us by inadver- tence, panic and Opec.

Hut now poor stay poor. Tho test of our generosity is just starting, and Field wonders if politicians anid the elec- torate will face the redistributional consequences of having to help the poor when tlie total wealth of the oouniry is stagnant. No prizes for knowing the answer. They are, in order of popu- luv distaste, liho trade unions, the g overnment, and the Arabs. The ook says little about the trade unions, end thus is firmly in the course is fully aware. It i is quite right that if you consider the energy problem narrowly in terms of resource shortage, structural adjustment, enforced ohanges in technology, and so on, at does not amount to much — no more than would a email but steady deteriora- tion in the climate of the Northern Hemisphere, which would be accepted quite fantasies tioo as One of the main lessons of the book is that since die war we have just been very lucky, and now our luck lias run out.

Anyone with imagination can make up a story for the West of industrial optimism, rising prosperity, a contented labour force, and persistent growth erity abound— by poutid-dollar able —and attracts only those who Presidents Ford and Carter slo iianges, by poverty or by oil like their history dressed as malice; to realize the tuiture and the exte triages. God, as Bismarck said, It is a thesis impossible to. This is and only made tenable b slow extent the fact brilliant and racy polemic and thoroughly stimulating.

Until the late s, New York like Boston was, in terms of political control, the most Irish of cities. Those economics, to be dismisslvely ex- taiiiLuIizing and elusive possibilities plained away An terms of market were so commonplace a decade imperfections and institutional' fric- Bgn that wc came to despise riiem. As 0 , ron j c shortages of energy. The assumptions he uses. SiSSfriSi over wo decades to You can blame if you fff.

StauisV Gomulka argue, con- wish the. The editors career of Theodore Roosevelt up fields: He had already acquired some ugly nntisemitic attitudes before le. Thirty-nine tables, twelve -charts, over pages of notes in a book of only pages, not to mention data on every Jew who lived In Atlanta in , I, and As a sum- mary, however. It fails totally to convey the grace of the style, the pace of the story or the almost novel-like quality of tills study of Atlanta's Jewry.

It is not only the Japanese. At the time of King Edward down terms for. Any attempt to ' of international repute. But it is useful to have tills littie-chrojiicicd period brought, to; life, and there are. Socialist As satirized in The New War. Mr -Ivor ,ful, statistically buttressed guide, Ronttr H. Cowraav and ; Gerald. Introduction by, the odllor, 93 pages of appended documents, a paga.

Sa For Disordered Garth L. Manoum and Stephen F. University o i Ghetto: Jews moral Purler, wos t he. A book to welpome, but were g. It is a reflection of the scholar- was published, its. Gospel Hymns and Social Religion: A Dilemma of Youth Unemployment. The Johns Hopkins University Press.

Residential Crowding in Urban America. University of California Press. Louisiana State University Press. Social Standing in America: New Dimensions of Class. He was k itrflf which, though originally a disserta- handsome man, more brook lion, should rapidly become a basic black, tall and gracious. A tw text for the study of the pioneer speech might, after a break, in West. Its pages of notes reveal tinued for another hour and il a formidable range of reading and Many of the speeches recoriiir tiuns ; polyglot as Atlanta was itself, so were the Jews in it, fur lieutenants and allies, such as to welcome with sadness: Sin Old squalor are their characteris- xv.

Tne alien nature of cities has Mn emphasized by the concentra- Mn in them of foreign Immigrants. John ami Crete, Palestine and Patras ; was a major political figure, p. The service the kind of historical materials looking west, not east, and rooted 0 f them previously 1. TRiey ore ab, J, native-born a bitter irony to it. Rhodes scholar, was elected 'in Rhodes scholar, was elected in Jewish community has taken place - h. PhSip Randolph, died - Tn. L w d receptacle. Blacks m Antebellum Virginia that wa ft h d - ,. Blasdn- and of WUJJ.

These accounts of his. Ibis is a more grhrt pictures of the veail ties of toe fpi'ty-flve yoars A Night and a Morning '. Preftid en t, 'Andre '. Tliose who migrated Were judged by con tempo rnries to bi- the most 11 frugal, thrifty and energetic ", and they came from the higher mid middle echelons of the agricultural work -force. Between and Buffalo's population more than doubled and in the latter years three ' quarters were immigrants or their children ; about 10 per cent of. The Italians typical I v found employment as general labourers in outdoor jabs simitar to their former agricultural work, in construction, docks and the rail- roads, as excavators, hod carriers, bricklayers, street cleaners, garbage collectors.

There was little problem of adjustment to such outdoor -work, and few Italians entered Buffalo's expanding Indus- tries. Since the Italian ideal was to keep women at home, the females rarely took regular jobs' but they did take advantage of tlie other part-time work available in ihe Niagara region, the harvesting of fruit nnd vegetables. Hence the family structure of employment was main- tained. Chains of migration were thus established but immediate fam- ily loyal l ias always took precedence over obligations to the extended family. Residential, -segregation In Buffalo both fostered the sense of Italian identity.

Tha immigrants conformed rigidly, to their traditional. The family separation required by the pattern: During that period California oE black mi grams fiom die Soutli , had about double the rate of the serious changes In demographic insane commitments of any other structure created by die low bit th- an in tho United States. But d-ld rate of the inter- war. Insane asy- central cities. But white teenagers of l82S Drfi nk? Com- ploymeut rate, even in suburbia, could be transformed ituo neatness mitment in San Francisco rose tre- Was 17 per cent. The many clearly and comfort bv simple uersuasion men do us ty throughout the period presented tables provided by this and comfort by simple persuasion.

Families researchers in die field. Furtlier lie distinguishes between criteria and in the subject!! The Soviet Ronald Hincley: Pokravskii and the Society of pp. Wcidenfeld and I Marxist Historians. Drunkenness was one or the became receptacles for all vices to be attacked. Squalor foiTus of human wreckage. The Bolshevik Parti in Revolution: A Study in Organisational Change. While some VVest- Writers. Political Economy and e.

How the Soviet Union is lcktord - bildge University Press. The Shift from court control to [a mily. The general Sovnarkom America by a divinity student who institutions as clinics and special. By professions of psychiatry and pay I there were branches in over chiatric social work in San Fran American cities and, by the end cisco in the s. Evangelical revivalism and moral institutions as clinics and special from reality by the lack of atten- wards and above all of the new tion they give to the economic slg- professions of psychiatry and pay- nificance of illegal markets, encom- passing die consumption production, sale and of hard and soft i the century, in 1, Evangelical revivalism Despite the continuing attempts persuasion are tho theme ralisin and moral?

Rather titan througliout the century. To United States and the British Isles. Not surprisingly the general pattern, as opposed ro sonic metropolitan exceptions, is for Origins of the Soviet Technical Intelligentsia. Vo j tech Mabtny: Civil War in South University Press. October and the World: Persuecfipes on the Rus- sian Revolution. Soviet Percep- tions of the United States. Women in Soviet Society: Equality , Deve- lopment, and Social Change.

Socialisation reason why the academic literature through Children's Literature: Wll ife 'de tailed studies A la stair McCauley: Living Standards and P? Jacob Ails, tori unis across America. Pokrovsky and Helen Campbell, Henry George and Edward Bellamy all ex- t iounded tho nightmare attri- lutes of urban life: Tn Kansas City tlie autbwjP.

Goa as nar- the layman or layperson, as lie hour from the tempests wild. The W00ld 8a 7 how to Interpret tables home, associated with safety,. The value of -fusion contributions if the , Soviet ir. Here tlrera -tvas no appeii. Like tine' uncritical wbmeii nf he tfibes': Piquantly, he cues Lenin greeting Soviet technology up to General Editor la Professor W, E. As the title suggests, die book is not primarily devoted to the gigantic Russian contribution to the defeat of Hitler, but rather to Soviet diplomacy and foreign policy pursued during tliu war years and in the immediate post-war mo mbs.

Instead of going over the familiar evidence, and disputing interpretations of it, Mastny an American scholar of Czech birth brings in 8 whole range of new evidence, much of it liitguistlcully inaccessible to many of his fellow writers on the origins of die Cold War. Ho has not only combed the American, British and German archives, but has made extensive use of inter alia Russian, Czech, Yugoslav and Polish primary sources.

While Western scholars at the present time are not afforded access to the Soviet and East Euro- pean archives for such a recant period and sensitive subject as this, some serious East European scholars have at times been uhlo to draw upon such material, and by taking uccuuiit oF heir work Mnsiny breaks new ground -so fur us Western readers urc concerned.

In his judgments, he pulls no punches. If Stalin, he concludes, iv. Taking as n case study Soviet foreign policy towards Egypt, she provides a careful account of Soviot-Egyptian r elutions from until before going on tn make a valuable analysis of the complex of institutions involved in Soviet foreign policy -making and hazarding intelligent Inferences about their respective roles.

Since, however, Soviet perceptions of the United States ana especially of likely American, reactions to par- ticular Soviet 1 policies are of. Schwartz advances plausible arguments For viewing Arbatov aqd his colleagues as. ATn ana surorisinft modernity Critics still argue about whether But. Lowell left himself little room to operate.

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Si ml I nr only in its chrono- about this book. That i logical scope, embracing Bukharin tween London and Los i and Trotsky os well as Brezhnev 0 ne direction and London and Hettdliclm, it is a selection VOS tok in the other, th from Professor Novo s articles on mnro comoreliensive.

Slid has ncted with peHods of Soviet history. Once again, the eyes of a woman shoot arrows, but this time they are soft the adjective malakos even has n sensual connotation and they strike eros into the hearts of all. Having ignored the first meta- phor, Lowe]] also omits the second. A powerful irony is lost.

As, ifor example, when Orestes presents himself to Athena in the final part of the trilogy: My father was Agamemnon, king of Argos, the king ot men who captained the. Lowell has clearly consulted the Greek original on many occasions. It is the most comprehensive means of an open mobilized Fainsod s famous book, How Russia analysis of the real work carried political and: Di-lua nt ipu t Inn he navs to the.

Frledgut has been skilful in setwrat- to-day guidance on how to sort his not only by his fellow. Do we Ihe fittest strengdi of ring the - wheat from the chaff. Yet there into the domain of the superior 0n. This basic theme of the entire devotes rtS Imeiitt? This seems more appropriate to a tragedy in which the ghosts of the past play so powerful a role. The high point of Lowell's version is Orestes' revenge upon his mother. Here the translator is at his freest— and most dramatic. When Orestes has a moment of Hamlet-like hesitation and asks his friend if he dare kill his- own mother, Pylades replies: The gods guide you.

Will you be limeful to the. I had a loved daughter, Ipliigenia.

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Agamemnon took her from me and- butchered her. These deaths were determined by the gods, Orestes. As he is about to kill her, she once again asks him to prove she deserves death. None of this is in the Greek text, but it all was in tiie mind of the Greek audience. Lowell has trans- lated the spirit of the murder by articulating the unspoken emotional undercurrents. He has also added to the drama wjth imaginative stage directions, and clarified some of the mythological allusions by glos- sing them within the dialogue.

And by dividing the speeches of the Chorus into various solo utterances. Lowell has elimin- ated the single most distracting element in modern performances of Greek drama: The final play of tho Oresteia trilogy has always posed a problem. The real action is over. Orestes is still haunted, but could really have been cured by Athena at the end of Pact Two. In point of fact, there is no mythological material from which to weave yet another play. Now there Is nothing inherently wrong with cutting loose from the moor- ings of myth— Euripides is at hiis most fascinating when he does.

But Aeschylus seems to have used his "free" lime purely for propa- ganda. The fragments suggest that Pecc Three of his trilogies are always express-ions of his politico- religious credo, the Solonic faolti in world order, the perfectibility of man and his institutions. Thus the Oresteia, his only complete extant trilogy, concludes with a celebration of Athens and Its jury system. Afghanistan— ana results -as undesirable from a Soviet viewpoint- as tentative'. We are still fed too readily by- pur- veyors of the " Greek view of At any rpte, perhaps only the Egyptians have succeeded in being strictly logical in their' view of death and what lies beyond, providing for every eventuality of the afterlife by symbol, painting: Llrtian' paired to be as confident in the magical efficacy of vitvol as the Egyptians were.

The Greeks were superbly illogical. Ybrnteule recognizes ibis and plays on 1 it -deliciously. Greek 1 d ead. The passage to and fro is not an easy one. But it has something in com- mon with the passage. Burial is important, of course, but in this period without too much fuss — a sup and bite for tha dusty journey but what need for susten- ance? Greek art, thankfully, Is not obsessed by either death -demons or ghosts, and that modern school which discerns a pervasive funeral symbolism in Greek art is missing.

Aspects of Death in Early , Greek Art and Poetry by' a , consummate scholar with a lightness and wit. Even the footnotes sparkle, with an occasional apology' for on overbold stroke in. Some chapter, headings set the mood these were, the T Sather lectures at. Berkeley— not a series noted for -breezy style, however: Stupid Dead M , " The Happy. So Aeschylus brings in a whole new chorus of tov'cTi- liearers for the finale. Darkness would be growing, torches would be glowing — a graphic restatement of his theme that the light of justice had come at last to the night-stricken House of Atreus.

It is spectacular theatre. But Lowell gives us no torches. Mercifully, however, he does para down die propaganda, since it Is hardly palatable to a modern audi- ence. If this seems bar- baric, let us not forget that, over a century later, Aristotle wa 3 still making the same value judgments. One might have expected a man like Lowell to "improve" this part of the Oresteia. Aijd perhaps he would have, had he lived. We must always bear in mind that his Third Part was blit a draft, and that he never saw any of the work staged.

The fact that he also wrote a Prometheus demon- strates how much he shares with Aeschylus a deep concern far justice -—social, if not cosmic. This explains a great deal, and mnkes literary pronouncements somewhat peri- pheral. Year after year the Euplirates city yielded finds which revolutionized studies of the Hellenistic Greek world, the empire of the Iranian Part lilans, the Raman cast, early Christianity, and Judaism in the first centuries of our eru.

The manuscript, not quite complete al his death, has been sympathetically edited by mother leading Dura scholar, Bernard Goldman. The creation or Dnrn-Kuropos was mil? At his untimely death in nr Alexander, heading the unities nr Greece, mil conquered a Near Eastern empire that stretched from Anatolin and Syria to the Punjab.

Tu hold the empire, cities were founded at strategic points. One such was Duro-Emopns, placed by Stdeucus on a high muff that rose on the right or Syrian -bank of the middle Euphrates river, in northern Moso. The role that Dura-Europos played in die chequered history of Mesopotamia during nearly six centuries of existence, as revealed by the excavations, is outlined iu the book's final chapter.

Although a Greek foundation and a town in which Greek families long remained Influential it became a polyglot centre, whose mixed culture was typical of the area. Numerous aspects of its life lmve been high' lighted by an unusually rich harvest of documents, from formal stone inscriptions to parchments and papyri, and scratched and painted graffiti in Greek, Aramaic, and later Latin, Hebrew and Parthian.

The founders tried herd to create a Greek town, bestowing upon it their typical grid-plan of streets, administrative palace, market-place agora nnd walling. But set in a Semitic sea it was doomed to become orientalized, a process has- tened by events late in the second century bc. Under Parthian rule the town prospered and the Greek market-place, filled with little lattes of shops, became an eastern bazaar. Temples to oriental deities arose, nnd houses assumed a Mesopota- mian character. Finally, about ah , the Romans seized and occupied Dura-Europos, contributing a group uf military and adumn 1st rati ve buildings, temples nnd, of course, baths.

This is the best-known period of the town, which continued to prosper until danger threatened in the mid-third century. Huge ramps of earth were hastily thrown up to strengthen the walls, engulfing private houses on the inside, but in vain: Students of Classical cultures were awed by the wealth of infer- nation that poured from the dig. Light was suddenly shed on very, many different aspects of ancient life, administrative and. Three contributions in particular -proved dramatic. The first concerned the mixed culture of the Parthian empire, compounded of elements from tho earlier Near East, the Greek inheritance and the contem- porary world, whose manifestations varied from one centre to the next; particularly striking was a habit, developed among artists from the tiini of our era, of making figures nn a plane surface frontal.

The second vras Christian: Third, and most astonishing, another house buried by die ramp had been recently converted into a synagogue, and its walls were covered widi paintings, fully des-i cribed here, which depicted scenes from the OM Testament in tliree superimposed registers apparently in flagrant defiance of die Jewish prohibition of images, a surprise widely debated ever since. A series of chapters chronicles the excavation campaigns, and die great scholarly names of his generation spring to life, not always creditably.

Chief among the moving spirits were Franz Cuniont and the indefatig- able Michael Rostovtzeff, who orga- nized the joint French and Ameri- can expedition. Funds were a perennial problem. The site was often threat- ened by vvomad attack. Wind, dust, insects' and sickness assailed the excavators and personality clashes erupted, resulting in quarrels over everything from where to dig to the C ro vision of latrines.

The workmen ad to he paid in gold and silver coin, which made the fetching of their wages a nerve-racking busi- ness. Two scholars invited to assist secretly collected information which they then published without per- mission one got a Vatican medal for it. Those disposed to cavil may find Professor Hopkins's touch less sure in the parts of his narrative where he is describing events at- which he was not personally present.

They may be disappointed by the quality of the photographs. They jnay be- wail the pine tee nth-century method being paid baksheesh Tor what- ever they found; They may lament the author's carelessness m allow- ing a hundred fragments of the precious synagogue wall-pa in tings to be destroyed by rain, just after they had been discovered. Blit Hop- kins has had the courage to reveal bad as well as good, and so the book constitutes a fascinating com- plement to die splendid series of preliminary and final excavation reports produced by the expedi- tion.

Annunciation It seems 1 must have been more fertile than most to have taken that wind-bloum thistledown softly-spoken word Into my body and grown big-bellied with it. They like to think it was a mystical encounter, Although they must know I mil not of that fibre. And to say I was" troubled" is laughable. Just because 1 stressed the mirdcle of f tl. Applicants should pretetabbh profesBlonally qualified as llbrnrinns.

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Under the circumstances, it might have been predicted that his editors would stretch the definition of a letter to the last possible limit, to put a high lustre on his perfor- mance. Tney are in sympathy with their author, and do not sink him with well-meaning pedantry ; but it was a difficult job, and tney have made oF it a very imperfect suc- cess. Let us begin with an instance of going beyond the limit. She must resolve heiself into angel or demon. With these letters we have most of the Liber Atnoris episode nguin before us, and the editors make it loom even larger by adding the three letters to J.

Knowles thut form the denouement of the published romance. They bear a salutation only because he was writing an epistolary novel. The warrant given for reprinting letters that exist only as part of Liber A i nor is is that they are vcrlflably accurate, add to our knowledge of HaHitt, and have already been treated us if they were part of Ids correspondence. It continues to revolt moralists of ail scltools, while to the common reader it Is too poignant to be admired as fiction, or too painful to be borne. In the last analysis it remains a book oE its time, an appeal to the heart wisely or un- wisely sc too led in W either and la Nouvollc TiHoise.

At rite oppor- tune moment he withheld his reply, Rnd chose instead to institute legal proceedings. In the event he won a libel settlement nut of court, and he would unquestion- ably ha vo won the war of words, SIR. If I were in the habit of using the words. I should apply them tn you, but this would be degrading them still further unnecessarily, or it is quite as easy tn prove you die things as to call you the names.

There he had exposed fallacies both in the Hobbesian theory of action, and In the associaiiouism of Hartley ; and he had proposed that the imagination, naturally out-going, and sn not naturally selfish, was the governing faculty nf mind.

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Fresh from the Letters, where evidence mecLs us, oil almost every page, of ilio financial straits Hazlitt could never. His literary life, almost his w-hole thinking life, is kejit in reserve. The exceptions are Lamb and Leigh Hunt, those early friends who never disowned hint. With them Hazlitt grew warmly expan- sive, and lie Tikcd their different styles of address as a set-off to liis own. The best thing in the Letters, beyond all doubt, is the self-defence he sends to Hunt after having been chided for his betrayal of the radical cause. He hud used Hunt and Shelley in two of his essays.

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A posthumous collection of essays by an out- standing ecclesiastical historian which will interest historians, theologians and church- men. Ids roots, bis theatrical effects 'and Ills achievements. For sfndentfe of drama as Well as classicists. Includes a history of tho epigram And iu place, in western literature.

For tlieatrc entim- slasts and students of literature and drama. Ills work on ' twerttioHi- century theatre. A Preface to his Fiction. CROSS An unusually critical study or Lowry's work which considers Ills later fiction in tiie light of hia masterpiece, Undar tho Volcano , and concludes that the novelist was a ' oue-bpok ' writer. He between the splash ings of the Genius Is Conscious of its Powers? The main j w Arnold- these are tlwname-!

It is no better than that. The comparison praise 1 ': Its reputation is founded Mnuuhtiin mull u times. The main lh, Arnold - S a? Itur mir GitrtliliaS and W. Iinw rfn ivn Miinmip "pi. Mr Burke who, at this giddy, mad- side cutnloiiiic. It has always been possible generous and reciprocal relation arresting image in the Life of empiricism?

If wc look i. Furze ami Briars with here and reminds us time criticism. Bui the values he looked for in tragedy and painting alike. He acknowledges this definition, Johnson and Hazlltt! H interest in his subjecis that sets hint tihis lencr, they say. Asked to define lay, who borrowed so freely from nnd it incut inns John Clare, -who is regularity. To the common stricture his work, they inhabit a different mentioned nowhere else in Hazlitt's of the law of parsimony, that any world: But to most readers the piece of new terminology is odious Huziitr. Unitarian Sons", peace thus dearly purchased, goes the two writers iner, and making brings to light another, flaw In the off to play, rackets, a game in which it unremarkable that- one should prig-boy opposition.

What 1 on iheir curiosity and iinflp" ; said was, ' that pi lion? That is what Bacon actu- ally said. One of tjie latter lations on 'the truth of masks have impn, mem into an r. Mr, Kinuaird must exhibit mi myself on doing whai I can for. Is never so truly himself as mind to ili SicSert. Sll of eternity, ind yet Gifford tl0n. The most wives Brea ace. English Bards and Scotch Re ' 11,0 jr;: Qnv Ulu V had V?

Next Month's Books — Ihsel 6! Subscrlp iohB to most countries outside Europe by air' lifted post without extra oharge. I' Paymehta ahoutd bfi rriade to Basil ': V id or i an Editor and Architect pp. The son of a man who had started hi a career os a pi umber and glazier ni ftcig. Yet despite Ids success in a range of royul, intellectual und social circles, he was kept nut nf Who's Who and the Athenaeum, though he made the Reform Club ns early os Her detailed and 'discursive account of u great Victorian success story is built on the scale of a Trollope novel, and has Trollope's painstaking eye for detail as well ns his generous, leisurely approach.

Not that Dr Metcalf pre- tends: Emmetts, Oven the Gladstones said. But -the lessee', architects, and the greater editors, reflected the character of their time. Mbtcalf - points - oul, these f views. Xhe Poetry of Abrnhnm Cowley. The medallion right , which depicts a tiuo- h muled Jan ns symbol, is a draw- inn hij E. Poynter for the title page of Nineteenth Century and jV. Ult fortunately, the sixteen small plates which illustrate this in London.

Dr Metcalf, who calls. It ri II I. Then Pope Kropotkin , tlie. The civil War not so far bate and. Tlie Taking a ticket cuch mornhiij. The Grosvenor style recurs anyone to adjudicate since, as Dr plumbing and glazing for the prac- in buildings of the s which are.

Metcalf- twice wains us, tho present' rice of architecture, had established the unqided work of Knowles junior,, owners of. Like stranded igua ; Grail. Society, was founded sh -arff. Of Cowley's Poems is " tho. SH as they wore. Fitzj nines Stephen, Leslie Etcphon, non j of a. Is the Magdalen an imttgc of populations remorseful for tlie new philosophy, or their rebellion bit ess against popes and monurdis?

The important thing is chat Cowley's syntax and rhythm try to carry traditional complex conceits but are utterly broken: But what, alas, all, what does it avail? They hod much to contend with: Con- sider how shocking have been some recent disturbances of wlfat. There were others, and it is we. Too frivolous about royaj. And upon barren desolate isles' Tltoy stupidly unto die core. Of hatching -sands , their: Another response whs a deepening individuollstlc sentiment: St]H ;tb-;dpi tiniio -me etai'k. Richards as a iioufig man, Jn memory of J.

Richaj'ds on Saturday, February 2. A memorial meeting will be held in the Senate House at 3. Among those taking part are Walter Hamilton, Theodore Red- parit. Hopkins and from Richards's own e oems. The meeting will be folio wed y tea in the University Combina- tion Room,- to -which all attending are welcome, and at 5 pm Frank Kermode; Edward Vllth Professor of English Literature, will give a, memorial address in.

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V The wiutet- of my infancy. Of all the dethroned monorchs who. He cut--a figure in. Uqj lievdd in- order as well Hs pi bgress. Meanwhile Euednie had moved to Fa in borough Hill whidi became her principal residence until. The Stale aiid scholarly: I regret, too, that Ridley, has not resolved one dimple but curiously elusive question. Queen and Emptess there was ho room to reproduce. But tha missas -are few, as: Where she sinns by con- He is, m his.

The end product, as a result, is seriously flawed. Rats and rubies mr descendant, all or three ceniuri.

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As Shuttle moves from, the sur does nor emit le him to impose his. Blond and Bi iggs. Ml bring his finalities into then lives end— In own the case of Vellet — deaths'! Vellet the book's silly names are on aspect Deal. Farrar, Sin Ihey follow clues through cjirf? The villagers rush to the main square to find out wltat is happening and to express their shock and horror. The party organizer is on the telephone to hi. But what Is S ood for diameters floes not always unefir the narrative in which they live, or their creator's prose stylej tumescence of genitals often pro- duces Inflation of language.

As if this were not enough, The Mirror of iculiies. She is the spuctr. Tr he asks, flabbergasted. Tha Ruveu is rough indeed. Of course, nowadays something more tliun this is needed to enable him to aspire to the throne in a socialist, republic. But then he lius a priceless asset rtu his side: In this second volume of his adventures Chonkin does in fact more or less nothing: However, tho last word remain! The dis- ciplinary code, which everyone has to take very seriously, even when they do not observe it, constantly reveals itself os i'll -adapted to ragged, unpolished humanity.

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Nn nt utter how firmly it is insisted ihnt gliosis are the pro- jection of interior states of mind, their shadowiness cun barely help being showy. Shuttle arouses these criticisms in the first half of The Mirror of the ihnif nnd subdues dicin' iti die sec- ond. Some nights she wuirod In a blind alley of flowers "I, while her closing ones iitlopr a tune nf more tightly disciplined natural- ism. The effect nf her reappearances is to threaten Jlcth with a similar fane, since by claiming Theron in spinr, and cvcutuully in person too, Vellet forces him to neglect his living wife.

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