Saturday Review Magazine also known as The
Saturday Literary Review was published from 1924-1986
copy with light edge wear, and minor rubbing.
Has address label on cover. Pages
are clean and unmarked with minor age toning.
All pages and ads are intact.
Shipped in a protective sleeve inside a stiff cardboard mailer.
Summary of Contents: Cover:
Walter Lippmann, author of Western Unity and the Common Market
Awkward Age, by Vannevar Bush; The Poet on his Poem, by Paul Engle and Joseph
Langland; Saving the Children Can Save Us, Guest Editorial by Frank
Government Copyright Racket, by Herbert Brucker; Printing Enters the Common
Market, by John Tebbel
Nest, Trade Winds, Manner of Speaking, Letters to the Editor, SR Goes to the
Movies, TV and radio, Literary IQ, Booked for Travel, Music to my Ears,
Horizons, Granville Hicks reviews King Rat by
James Cavell ; Western Unity and
the Common Market, by Walter Lippmann; Fenollosa and His Circle, by Van Wyck
Brooks; Letters of James Agee to Father Flye, by James Agee; Men and Decisions,
by Lewis L. Strauss; Now Bless Thyself, by Elizabeth Sewell; The Bones of Plenty,
by Lois Philips Hudson; Esmond by Una Troy; The Barbarian Within, by Walter J.
Ong; The Uses of Ineptitude, by Nicholas Samstag; You’re Entitled, by Harry
Golden; A New Russia, by Harrison E. Salisbury; The Kremlin Since Stalin, by
Wolfgang Leonhard; Civil Defense in the Soviet Union, by Leon Goure.