Washington Diarist

May 1978
New Republic;5/6/78, Vol. 178 Issue 18, p38
Focuses on a journalist Malcolm Muggeridge. Report that Muggeridge is a convert not only to almost militant form of Christianity, but from a smoker to a non-smoker and from a drinker to an abstainer; Information on Muggeridge's career as an editor of the journal "Punch"; Report that Muggeridge's autobiography, a perfectly contrived work of art which so far fully lives up to its title "Chronicles of Wasted Time";


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