A preview of fall books

Ross, Mitchell S.
May 1979
New Republic;5/26/79, Vol. 180 Issue 21, p38
Previews books scheduled for release in fall 1979 in the United States. "Being Bernard Berenson," by Meryle Secrest; "Cannibals and Missionaries," by Mary McCarthy; "The Old Patagonian Express," by Paul Theraux; "Brother to Dragons," by Penn Warren; "Smiley's People," by John le Carre; "Persons of Consequences," by Louis Auchincloss; "Memories of Gandhi," by William L. Shirer; "Letters From America," by Alistair Cooke.


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