Books: The Editors Like

TRAVELS

Normandy RevisitedBY A. J. LIEBLING
Mr. Liebling, who had an unashamedly glorious time as a war correspondent, retraces his Normandy campaign with nostalgic glee. SIMON AND SCHUSTER, $3.95.
Journey to Poland and YugoslaviaBY JOHN KENNETH GALBRAITH
Professor Galbraith talked with students and teachers and saw nonacademic bits of both the countries in which he lectured. His short report is unpretentious but, in its scholarly caution, convincing, HARVARD UNIVERSITY PRESS, $3.00.
Goodbye to IthacaBY LOUIS GOLDING
Part history, part romance, part actual experience, Mr. Golding’s observations among the Isles of Greece have exceptional charm. THOMAS YOSELOFF, $6,00.

CABBAGES AND KINGS

Seen Any Good Movies Lately?
BY WILLIAM K. ZINSSER
The former film critic of the New York Herald Tribune takes amusing revenge and shows no more mercy on the garrulous film fan than on the Technicolored catastrophe. DOUBLEDAY, $3.95.
The Brockbank Omnibus
BY RUSSELL BROCKBANK
Devilish cartoons about motoring, righteous wrath gripping the wheel while vacillation flaps contradictory signals. PUTNAM’S, $3.95.
The Living CityBY FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT
As usual, a gingery, interesting discussion, and enlivened with handsome photographs, HORIZON, $7.50.

LIVES AND LETTERS

Against the WindBY GEOFFREY HOUSEHOLD
Mr. Household reports his experiences as banker, soldier, and administrator as though they were nothing remarkable, when in fact most of them are strange, or funny, or both. ATLANTIC-LITTLE, BROWN, $4.00.
The Letters of Rainer Maria Rilke and Princess Marie Von Thurn und Taxis
An extremely detailed and scholarly edition of a famous literary correspondence. Translated by Nora Wydenbruck. NEW DIRECTIONS, $5.50.
The Memoirs of Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
Here is the first volume of a projected six-volume edition, newly and fully translated by Arthur Machen, of Casanova’s mammoth autobiography, and it fairly crackles with the unregenerate old rogue’s wit and high spirits. PUTNAM’S, $5.00.