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Mussolini: The Intimate Life of a Demagogue (1954)
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    Recreations of a Fatso (Review)
    Mussolini: The Intimate Life of a Demagogue, by Paolo Monelli
    1. Mussolini: The Intimate Life of a Demagogue by Paolo Monelli
    The Saturday Review, August 14, 1954, p. 11
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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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    Recent Books on International Relations (9 Reviews)
    Western Europe
    1. A Social Geography of Europe by James Mackintosh Houston
    2. An Idea Conquers the World by Count Richard N. Coudenhove-Kalergi
    3. The Heart of Norway by Frank Noel Stagg
    4. Modern German History by Ralph Flenley
    5. The Secret Front by Wilhelm Hoettl
    6. Austria's International Position, 1938-1953 by Cary Travers Grayson, Jr.
    7. Mussolini: The Intimate Life of a Demagogue by Paolo Monelli
    8. My Mission to Spain by Claude G. Bowers
    9. Lessons of the Spanish Revolution, 1936-1939 by Vernon Richards
    Foreign Affairs, October 1954, pp. 161-163
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    Briefly Noted (10 Reviews)
    General
    1. American Thought: A Critical Sketch by Morris Raphael Cohen
    2. Individualism Reconsidered, and Other Essays by David Riesman
    3. Mountains in the Desert by Louis Carl and Joseph Petit
    4. Where Land Meets Sea by Clare Leighton
    5. Man Against Nature by Charles Neider
    6. The Painted Men by T.C. Lethbridge
    7. Mussolini: The Intimate Life of a Demagogue by Paolo Monelli
    8. The Golden Honeycomb by Vincent Cronin
    9. The Next Fifty Years of Flight by Bernt Balchen and Erik Bergaust
    10. Henri Poincare: Critic of Crisis by Tobias Dantzig
    The New Yorker, September 4, 1954, pp. 69-74