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Philip Rahv

Philip Rahv

The Princess Only One Year. by Svetlana Alliluyeva. Translated by Paul Chavchavadze. Harper & Row. 444 pp. $7.95. The totally unexpected appearance among us of Stalin’s daughter as a...

A Critical View Time to Murder and Create: the Contemporary Novel in Crisis. by John W. Aldridge. David McKay. 264 pp. $5.50. This collection of critical articles and reviews...

“Characteristically American” is the phrase that occurs and recurs with virtually compulsive regularity in all the intensive discussions of the prospects and condition of the...

Wicked American Innocence by Philip Rahv The Quiet American. By Graham Greene. Viking. 249 pp. $3.50. In The Quiet American Graham Greene has drawn upon his first-hand experience...

The Triumph of Decay The Black Swan. by Thomas Mann. Translated by Willard Trask. Knopf. 141 pp. $2.75.   This latest novella will scarcely add anything substantial to its...

Latest Hemingway And Steinbeck The Old Man and the Sea. by Ernest Hemingway. Scribner. 140 pp. $3.00. East of Eden. by John Steinbeck. Viking. 602 pp. $4.50.   Hemingway’s new story happily demonstrates...

Into, the Trees and out of Sight Across the River and into the Trees. by Ernest Hemingway. Scribner’s. 308 pp. $3.00.   The first thing to be said about this...

Jews of The Ice Age Thieves In The Night. by Arthur Koestler. New York, Macmillan, 1946. 357 pp. $2.75. Taken as a piece of analytical reporting on Palestine and...