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    Whom the Gods Loathe (2 Reviews)
    Max Beerbohm's Letters to Reggie Turner, by Rupert Hart-Davis and Max Beerbohm
    1. Max Beerbohm's Letters to Reggie Turner by Rupert Hart-Davis and Max Beerbohm
    2. Max: A Biography~Max Beerbohm by David Cecil
    Encounter, March 1965, pp. 74-75
  2. Books and the Arts
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    Maximum Max (2 Reviews)
    Max: A Biography~Max Beerbohm, by David Cecil
    1. Max: A Biography~Max Beerbohm by David Cecil
    2. Max Beerbohm's Letters to Reggie Turner by Rupert Hart-Davis and Max Beerbohm
    The New Republic, April 10, 1965, p. 19
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    Alone with His Wit (2 Reviews)
    Max: A Biography~Max Beerbohm, by David Cecil
    1. Max: A Biography~Max Beerbohm by David Cecil
    2. Max Beerbohm's Letters to Reggie Turner by Rupert Hart-Davis and Max Beerbohm
    The Saturday Review, April 17, 1965, p. 46
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    Books in Brief (10 Reviews)
    Desolation Angels, by Jack Kerouac
    1. Desolation Angels by Jack Kerouac
    2. Knights and Dragons by Elizabeth Spencer
    3. The Ambassador by Morris L. West
    4. The Rich Pay Late by Simon Raven
    5. Max: A Biography~Max Beerbohm by David Cecil
    6. Max Beerbohm's Letters to Reggie Turner by Rupert Hart-Davis and Max Beerbohm
    7. New York Proclaimed by V.S. Pritchett
    8. Menagerie Manor by Gerald Durrell
    9. The Positive Thinkers by Donald B. Meyer
    10. Winston Churchill: An Intimate Portrait by Violet Bonham Carter
    The Harpers Monthly, June 1965, pp. 118-119
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    The Literary Sampler (13 Reviews)
    Who Speaks for the Negro?, by Robert Penn Warren
    1. Who Speaks for the Negro? by Robert Penn Warren
    2. After the War: Force of Circumstance, 1944-1952 by Simone de Beauvoir
    3. Twenty-One Years by Randolph S. Churchill
    4. How Many More Victims? by Gladys Denny Shultz
    5. Fred Allen's Letters by Joe McCarthy and Fred Allen
    6. Edith Wharton and Henry James by Millicent Bell
    7. The Gifts They Bring by Pearl S. Buck
    8. Mr. Right Is Dead by Rona Jaffe
    9. This Is My Country Too by John Alfred Williams
    10. The Kimono Mind by Bernard Rudofsky
    11. Taken Care Of by Edith Sitwell
    12. Max Beerbohm's Letters to Reggie Turner by Rupert Hart-Davis and Max Beerbohm
    13. My Appointed Round by J. Edward Day
    The Saturday Review, April 17, 1965, p. 37