A List of Distinguished New Titles

December 1955
New Republic;12/12/55, Vol. 133 Issue 24, p21
The article presents a list of new books, which consists of various art and poetry books. Some of these are as, "The Collected Stories of Isaac Babel," "The Restoration of Learning," by Arthur Bestor; "A World of Love, by Elizabeth Bowen; "The Selected Letters of Anton Chekhov," edited by Lillian Heliman; "Mother and Son," by Ivy Compton-Burnett; "The Fifteenth Century," by G.C. Argan and Jacques Lassaigne; "Brueghel," edited by Gustav Gluck; "Picasso: His Life and Work," Wilhelm Boeck and Jaime Sabartes and "An End to Innocence," by Leslie A. Fiedler.


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