Climbing the Wall

Whittemore, Reed
May 1972
New Republic;5/20/72, Vol. 166 Issue 21, p24
Presents the author's comments on issues related to books and literary materials in the U.S. Information on review copies of books received by the periodical; Assessment of book reading in the country; Types of poets in popular literature; Opinion of publishers in the country on taxes imposed on them; Assessment of books as commodities; Description about P. G.Wodehouse's novels "Leave It to Psmith."


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