January 1962
New Yorker;1/6/1962, Vol. 37 Issue 47, p19
The article considers the popularity of American Mitchell Wilson's novels in the Soviet Union. A comparison of public acceptance of Wilson's novels in the U.S. and in Russia. An overview of the theme used by Wilson in his novels is considered. The detail of Wilson's negotiation for royalty payment for his novel "Live With Lightning" is presented.


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