This is the last essay Robert Warshow wrote, published exactly as he left it. At the time of his death he was still working on...

The success of the movie “Marty” has drawn attention to a new luminary in the field of popular drama, Paddy Chayefsky, TV playwright and movie...

In Russia, where they don’t play games about anything, not even games, and where the umpire may actually get killed if he doesn’t watch his...

George Orwell’s famous satire on Russian Communism, Animal Farm, has recently been brought to the screen as a full-length animated cartoon. In the peculiarly guarded...

The movie Carmen Jones, which transfers Bizet’s opera to a Southern factory town and gives it an all-Negro cast, has been widely acclaimed not only...

“Khamishia,” a five-part movie recently released in New York and elsewhere through the country, is the first film made entirely in Israel. As a pioneer...

This department, usually devoted to the examination of more or less finished work in the social sciences, rarely finds an opportunity to present the materials...

Philistine Leftism Dissent: A Quarterly of Socialist Opinion. New York City. Volume I, Winter 1954. $0.60.   When, about a year ago, one heard that a group of writers...

A perceptive young American critic, just returned to his native Brooklyn after three years at Cambridge University, looked for some hours at the family TV...

The short stories in “America’s best-loved magazine,” Robert S. Brustein finds, have displayed lately a new—or, rather, renewed— preoccupation with religion, and a religion of...

Although Hollywood has not entirely ignored the existence of the State of Israel, Stanley Kramer’s production The Juggler, now going the rounds of American theaters,...

In Chaplin’s Limelight Nathan Glick finds a work of art that looks back in fond memory to the past of the movies-that past which is...