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The Living Brain (1953)
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    The Reference Library (Review)
    The Living Brain, by W. Grey Walter
    1. The Living Brain by W. Grey Walter
    Analog/Astounding Science Fiction, March 1954, pp. 160-164
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    Inside Your Head (Review)
    The Living Brain, by W. Grey Walter
    1. The Living Brain by W. Grey Walter
    The New Republic, June 22, 1953, p. 22
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    Galaxy's Five Star Shelf (9 Reviews)
    Portals of Tomorrow, by August Derleth
    1. Portals of Tomorrow by August Derleth
    2. The Living Brain by W. Grey Walter
    3. Nine Tales of Space and Time by Raymond J. Healy
    4. Editor's Choice in Science Fiction by Sam Moskowitz
    5. Engineers' Dreams by Willy Ley
    6. Planets for Sale by E. Mayne Hull
    7. Year's Best Science Fiction Novels, 1954 by Everett F. Bleiler and T.E. Dikty
    8. The Giant Anthology of Science Fiction by Leo Margulies and Oscar J. Friend
    9. G.O.G. 666 by John Taine
    Galaxy Science Fiction, October 1954, pp. 95-99
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    Briefly Noted (13 Reviews)
    1. The Great Peace by Raja Hutheesing
    2. Journey by Junk by Willard Price
    3. Benjamin Franklin by I. Bernard Cohen
    4. The Way of a Ship by Alan J. Villiers
    5. Monarchism in the Weimar Republic by Walter H. Kaufmann
    6. American Indians in the Pacific by Thor Heyerdahl
    7. Conversation with the Earth by Hans Cloos
    8. The Living Brain by W. Grey Walter
    9. Johnswood by Charlie May Simon
    10. Tusitala of the South Seas by Joseph W. Ellison
    11. Adam in Ochre by Colin Simpson
    12. Michelangelo by Ludwig Goldscheider
    13. Cezanne: A Study of His Development by Roger E. Fry
    The New Yorker, October 10, 1953, pp. 143-146
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    Books in Review (23 Reviews)
    You Shall Know Them, by Vercors
    1. You Shall Know Them by Vercors
    2. The Captive Mind by Czeslaw Milosz
    3. The Living Brain by W. Grey Walter
    4. Solitude and Privacy by Paul Halmos
    5. Paths of Loneliness by Margaret Mary Wood
    6. The Interpersonal Theory of Psychiatry by Harry Stack Sullivan
    7. Jung's Psychology and Its Social Meaning by Ira Progoff
    8. God and the Unconscious by Victor White
    9. Two Essays on Analytical Psychology by C.G. Jung, Gerhard Adler, and R.F.C. Hull
    10. Psychology and Alchemy by C.G. Jung, Gerhard Adler, and R.F.C. Hull
    11. The Gods of the Greeks by Carl Kerenyi
    12. Divine Horsemen by Maya Deren
    13. The Italian Painters of the Renaissance by Bernard Berenson
    14. Creative Intuition in Art and Poetry by Jacques Maritain
    15. African Folktales and Sculpture by Paul Radin, Elinore Marvel, and James Johnson Sweeney, ...
    16. Art in the Ice Age by Hans-Georg Bandi, Johannes Maringer, and Hugo Obermaier, ...
    17. A Critical History of Children's Literature by Cornelia L. Meigs, Anne Eaton, and Elizabeth Nesbitt, ...
    18. A Popular Guide to Government Publications by W. Philip Leidy
    19. The Revolution in Physics by Louis de Broglie
    20. Mr. Tompkins Learns the Facts of Life by George Gamow
    21. The Man Without Qualities, Vol. 1 by Robert Musil
    22. Go Tell It On the Mountain by James Baldwin
    23. Mr. Nicholas by Thomas Hinde
    The American Mercury, September 1953, pp. 134-144