december 1966

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  • Hawthorne: The Artist of New England

    Nathaniel Hawthorne died more than hundred years ago, a despondant and frustrated man. Today, says Mr. Kazin, his work stands as a school classic whose meaning for our time has yet to be established. This essay on Hawthorne and his "profound imaginative world" is drawn from an introduction to Mr. Kazin's Selected Short Stories Of Nathaniel Hawthorne  

  • Evelyn Waugh Faces Life and Vice Versa

    Mr. Osborne worked for the Luce Magazines for twenty-three years and now free-lances in Washington  

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