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Loren C. Eiseley Archives
Loren C. Eiseley • 51 Items / 13 Books, 28 Articles, 6 Reviews, 4 Poems
The Immense Journey (1957)
An Imaginative Naturalist Explores the Mysteries of Man and Nature
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Published Reviews
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    Successor to Man (Review)
    The Immense Journey, by Loren Eiseley
    1. The Immense Journey by Loren Eiseley
    The Saturday Review, January 4, 1958, p. 26
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    Galaxy's Five Star Shelf (9 Reviews)
    Those Idiots from Earth, by Richard Wilson
    1. Those Idiots from Earth by Richard Wilson
    2. The Living Past by Ivar Lissner
    3. And There Was Light by Rudolf Thiel
    4. They'd Rather Be Right by Mark Clifton and Frank Riley
    5. The Immense Journey by Loren Eiseley
    6. Man: His First Million Years by Ashley Montagu
    7. Solomon's Stone by L. Sprague de Camp
    8. Reason and Chance in Scientific Discovery by Rene Taton
    9. Star Girl by Henry Winterfeld
    Galaxy Science Fiction, July 1958, pp. 106-109
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    Books in Brief (9 Reviews)
    The Night of the Good Children, by Marjorie Carleton
    1. The Night of the Good Children by Marjorie Carleton
    2. The Blue Cup, and Other Stories by B.J. Chute
    3. Cast Off the Darkness by Peter Putnam
    4. N.A.1 Looking North by George R. Stewart
    5. N. A. 1 -- Looking South by George R. Stewart
    6. Life Photographers: Their Careers and Favorite Pictures by Stanley Rayfield
    7. The Immense Journey by Loren Eiseley
    8. Any Number Can Play by Clifton Fadiman
    9. A Commonplace Book by Charles P. Curtis
    The Harpers Monthly, October 1957, pp. 99-105
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    Brief commments on recent books (17 Reviews)
    The Copernican Revolution, by Thomas S. Kuhn
    1. The Copernican Revolution by Thomas S. Kuhn
    2. The Immense Journey by Loren Eiseley
    3. The North American Deserts by Edmund C. Jaeger
    4. Theme for Reason by James Ward Smith
    5. The Astonished Muse by Reuel Denney
    6. The Fabric of Society by Ralph G. Ross and Ernest van den Haag
    7. Religious Buildings for Today by John Knox Shear
    8. Mannerism and Anti-Mannerism in Italian Painting by Walter Friedlaender
    9. The Age of Dante by Domenico Vittorini
    10. Homicide in American Fiction, 1798-1860 by David Brion Davis
    11. The Victorian Frame of Mind, 1830-1870 by Walter E. Houghton
    12. Joseph Conrad: Achievement and Decline by Thomas C. Moser
    13. Joseph Conrad at Mid-Century by Kenneth A. Lohf and Eugene P. Sheehy
    14. The Poetry of Experience by Robert Woodrow Langbaum
    15. Violence in Lincoln County, 1869-1881 by William A. Keleher
    16. The Sanctity of Life and the Criminal Law by Glanville L. Williams
    17. The Supreme Court by Bernard Schwartz
    The American Scholar, Winter 1958, pp. 114-132