In Guilt and in Glory

by David Hanly.Morrow, $10.95. Even when they romp about in bed, Mr. Hanly’s characters have no physical reality. They have been constructed to illustrate points of view in the argument over the merits and dangers involved in the hasty industrialization of Ireland, and despite lively Irish dialogue, points of view they remain. The book is an ecological debate camouflaged, ingeniously and sometimes amusingly, as a novel.