Perelman, S. J.
April 1961
New Yorker;4/29/1961, Vol. 37 Issue 11, p32
The article focuses on a visit to London, England in order to meet eminent authors. British people are observed to be very helpful. A young man met at a secondhand bookstall offered assistance on meeting the purpose. Mentor Ramiswam Chowdberry Lal arrived at the Filbert's hotel from the U.S. who provided comfort from all the difficulties experienced at the place.


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