Notes & Asides

July 1978
National Review;7/21/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 29, p884
Several letters to the editor are presented to inquire about a number of issues. One reader asks whether the sentence "Who are risking their lives?" is grammatically correct. Another reader informs the editor that the Lillian Hellman cover in the January 21, 1977 issue won an award of merit from the IGI Art Competition and Exhibit. A third reader appreciates the editor's latest novel.


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