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Grumbach, Doris
March 1975
New Republic;3/15/75, Vol. 172 Issue 11, p33
Book Review
Reviews several books. "American Indian Portraits"; "The Revolt of Mother and Other Stories," by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman; "The Storm and Other Stories," by Kate Chopin; "The Forgotten Society," by Alan E. Cober; "Congress: The Electoral Connection," by David R. Mayhew; "Living Images," by Stanley Kauffmann.


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