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Alan Lelchuk • 15 Items / 5 Books, 6 Articles, 4 Reviews
American Mischief (1973)
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Published Reviews
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    An Exchange of Views (Review)
    American Mischief, by Alan Lelchuk
    1. American Mischief by Alan Lelchuk
    Commonweal, April 13, 1973, pp. 142-213
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    A Trashing Bore (Review)
    American Mischief, by Alan Lelchuk
    1. American Mischief by Alan Lelchuk
    The Saturday Review, February 17, 1973, p. 75
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    Books: Most Distressful Nations (2 Reviews)
    Mister Doctor Blo, by John Tyne
    1. Mister Doctor Blo by John Tyne
    2. American Mischief by Alan Lelchuk
    The New Yorker, April 7, 1973, pp. 147-149
  4. Books
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    The realities of fiction and the fiction of reality (3 Reviews)
    American Mischief, by Alan Lelchuk
    1. American Mischief by Alan Lelchuk
    2. Breakfast of Champions by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.
    3. The Devil Tree by Jerzy Kosinski
    The Harpers Monthly, May 1973, pp. 86-95
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    Fiction (3 Reviews)
    Seventies Mischief
    1. American Mischief by Alan Lelchuk
    2. Running in Place by Winston J. Churchill
    3. The Winner by Borden Deal
    National Review, April 13, 1973, p. 427
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    A Dirty Dean and a Brazen Head (3 Reviews)
    American Mischief, by Alan Lelchuk
    1. American Mischief by Alan Lelchuk
    2. The Manticore by Robertson Davies
    3. Fifth Business by Robertson Davies
    The New York Review of Books, February 8, 1973, pp. 21-22
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    SR Recommends (10 Reviews)
    American Mischief, by Alan Lelchuk
    1. American Mischief by Alan Lelchuk
    2. Collected Poems, 1951-1971 by A.R. Ammons
    3. The Columbus Tree by Peter S. Feibleman
    4. Deeper Into Movies by Pauline Kael
    5. The Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers Book by Arlene Croce
    6. The Great Bridge by David McCullough
    7. Harry S. Truman by Margaret Truman
    8. Nobody Ever Died of Old Age by Sharon R. Curtin
    9. The Politics of a Guaranteed Income by Daniel P. Moynihan
    10. The Taking of Pelham, One Two Three by John Godey
    The Saturday Review, February 10, 1973, p. 71
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    Short Reviews: Books (15 Reviews)
    Do You Hear Them?, by Nathalie Sarraute
    1. Do You Hear Them? by Nathalie Sarraute
    2. The Wild Hunt by Harry Brown
    3. A Computer Perspective by Charles Eames and Ray Eames
    4. The Devil Tree by Jerzy Kosinski
    5. A Closer Look at Ariel by Nancy Hunter Steiner
    6. A Childhood in Prison by Pyotr Yakir
    7. N.C. Wyeth by Douglas Allen and Douglas Allen, Jr.
    8. American Mischief by Alan Lelchuk
    9. The Dark Fields of Venus by Basile S. Yanovsky
    10. Managers and Magic by Graham Cleverley
    11. Smokescreen by Dick Francis
    12. The Amnesty of John David Herndon by James Reston, Jr.
    13. The Family Cookbook: French by Alvin Kerr
    14. Crossing Over, and Other Tales by Richard M. Elman
    15. The Retreat of American Power by Henry Brandon
    The Atlantic Monthly, March 1973, pp. 107-114
  9. Reviews
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    Old Pros with News from Nowhere (16 Reviews)
    The Great American Novel, by Philip Roth
    1. The Great American Novel by Philip Roth
    2. Breakfast of Champions by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.
    3. American Mischief by Alan Lelchuk
    4. Strange Peaches by Edwin Shrake
    5. Recovery by John Berryman
    6. Catholics by Brian Moore
    7. Between Life and Death by Nathalie Sarraute
    8. Do You Hear Them? by Nathalie Sarraute
    9. Forgetting Elena by Edmund White
    10. Just Sheaffer, or Storms in the Troubled Heir by Ian Mowatt
    11. Girls at War, and Other Stories by Chinua Achebe
    12. The Summer Before the Dark by Doris Lessing
    13. Yours, and Mine by Judith Rascoe
    14. The World of Apples by John Cheever
    15. Rembrandt's Hat by Bernard Malamud
    16. A Russian Beauty and Other Stories by Vladimir Nabokov
    The Hudson Review, Autumn 1973, pp. 545-561