November 1958
New Yorker;11/8/1958, Vol. 34 Issue 38, p197
Book Review
The article reviews several books including "Our Man in Havana," by Graham Greene, "The Long Dream," by Richard Wright and "The Memoirs of Field-Marshal Montgomery."


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