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Harold Clurman • 808 Items / 8 Books, 1 Film, 712 Articles, 87 Reviews
All People Are Famous (1974)
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    Books: Short of Goodbye (2 Reviews)
    My Life and My Films, by Jean Renoir
    1. My Life and My Films by Jean Renoir
    2. All People Are Famous by Harold Clurman
    The New Yorker, August 25, 1975, pp. 83-85
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    Book Marks (15 Reviews)
    Jeannette Rankin, First Lady in Congress, by Hannah Josephson
    1. Jeannette Rankin, First Lady in Congress by Hannah Josephson
    2. Smith's Moscow by Desmond Smith
    3. Collected Poems, 1924-1974 by John Beecher
    4. J.W. Gitt's Sweet Land of Liberty by McKinley C. Olson and J.W. Gitt
    5. History as a Way of Learning by William Appleman Williams
    6. All People Are Famous by Harold Clurman
    7. Inside Cuba by Joe Nicholson, Jr.
    8. Urbanization as a Social Process by Kenneth L. Little
    9. Okies by Gerald W. Haslam
    10. Should Trees Have Standing? by Christopher D. Stone
    11. Blue Collar Community by William Kornblum
    12. Yerba Buena by Chester W. Hartman
    13. The Pacific Shore by Dennis Brokaw and Wesley Marx
    14. The Gods by Alain
    15. Building with Nature by Leslie M. Freudenheim and Elisabeth Sussman
    The Nation, February 8, 1975, pp. 153-154