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Peter Abrahams • 19 Items / 14 Books, 2 Articles, 3 Reviews
Tell Freedom (1954)
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Published Reviews
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    Speaking the Racial Agony of His People (Review)
    Tell Freedom, by Peter Abrahams
    1. Tell Freedom by Peter Abrahams
    Commonweal, September 10, 1954, p. 563
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    Third-Class Creature (Review)
    Tell Freedom, by Peter Abrahams
    1. Tell Freedom by Peter Abrahams
    The Saturday Review, August 14, 1954, p. 10
  3. Books
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    Africa: Hope and Danger (3 Reviews)
    Tell Freedom, by Peter Abrahams
    1. Tell Freedom by Peter Abrahams
    2. Through Malan's Africa by Robert St. John
    3. Report on Africa by Oden Meeker
    The Nation, August 21, 1954, p. 154
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    Atlantic Bookshelf (9 Reviews)
    Reader's Choice
    1. A Fable by William Faulkner
    2. Doctor to the Islands by Tom Davis and Lydia Davis
    3. I'll Cry Tomorrow by Lillian Roth
    4. Tell Freedom by Peter Abrahams
    5. Report on Africa by Oden Meeker
    6. Future Indefinite by Noel Coward
    7. Mussolini: The Intimate Life of a Demagogue by Paolo Monelli
    8. The Midnight Patient by Egon Hostovsky
    9. Seth by David Brynley
    The Atlantic Monthly, September 1954, pp. 79-83
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    Briefly Noted (12 Reviews)
    General
    1. A Blessed Girl by Emily Lutyens
    2. Sudan Days and Ways by H.C. Jackson
    3. Strategy: The Indirect Approach by Basil H. Liddell Hart
    4. Tell Freedom by Peter Abrahams
    5. The American People in the Twentieth Century by Oscar Handlin
    6. The World of the Honeybee by Colin G. Butler
    7. Nunamuit by Helge Ingstad
    8. The Complex Fate by Marius Bewley
    9. The Supreme Command by Forrest C. Pogue
    10. George Gissing: Grave Comedian by Mabel Collins Donnelly
    11. The Four Continents by Osbert Sitwell
    12. Call to Greatness by Adlai E. Stevenson
    The New Yorker, September 11, 1954, pp. 152-158
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    Brief Comments (14 Reviews)
    Fourteen outstanding books of the previous quarter
    1. Is the Common Man Too Common? by Joseph Wood Krutch
    2. The Man in the Thick Lead Suit by Daniel Lang
    3. An American in India by Saunders Redding
    4. Uruguay: Portrait of a Democracy by Russell H. Fitzgibbon
    5. Beyond the Hundredth Meridian by Wallace Stegner
    6. The Roosevelt Family of Sagamore Hill by Hermann Hagedorn
    7. Rebel Rose by Ishbel Ross
    8. Tell Freedom by Peter Abrahams
    9. The Dancing Bear: Berlin de Profundis by Frances Faviell
    10. Melbourne by Lord David Cecil
    11. Doctor to the Islands by Tom Davis and Lydia Davis
    12. The Love Letters of Phyllis McGinley by Phyllis McGinley
    13. A Fable by William Faulkner
    14. The Go-Between by L.P. Hartley
    The American Scholar, Winter 1955, pp. 118-125