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Contents


  • Roger Poole

    • Two Ages: The Age of Revolution and the Present Age– A Literary Review by Søren Kierkegaard, edited and translated by Howard Hong and Edna Hong
    • Kierkegaard: Letters and Documents translated by Henrik Rosenmeier
  • Letters
    August Wieddmann, Roger Poole, Michael Horovitz, Patrick Roberts, D. Kenwin Harris

  • Ted Hughes
    Two Poems

  • Charles Hope

    • Ideals and Idols by E.H. Gombrich
  • Richard Norman

    • Karl Marx’s Theory of History: A Defence by G.A. Cohen
    • Marxism After Marx: An Introduction by David Macmillan
  • Norman Malcolm

    • Notebooks 1914-16 by Ludwig Wittgenstein, edited by G.H. von Wright and G.E.M. Anscombe, translated by G.E.M. Anscombe
    • Wittgenstein and the Vienna Circle: Conversations Recorded by Friedrich Waismann edited by Brian McGuinness, translated by Joachim Schulte and Brian McGuinness
    • The Central Texts of Wittgenstein by Gerd Brand, translated by Robert Innis
  • Brigid Brophy

    • James Joyce and the Revolution of the Word by Colin MacCabe
  • Jane Miller

    • Pilgrimage by Dorothy Richardson
  • Mary-Kay Wilmers

    • Smile Please: An Unfinished Autobiography by Jean Rhys
    • Jean Rhys: A Critical Study by Thomas Staley
    • My Blue Notebooks by Liane de Pougy, translated by Diana Athill
    • The Maimie Papers edited by Ruth Rosen and Sue Davidson
    • Gladys, Duchess of Marlborough by Hugo Vickers
  • Gay Clifford

    • Gya/Ecology: The Metaethics of Radical Feminism by Mary Daly
    • The Madwoman in the Attic: The Woman Writer and the 19th Century by Sandra Gilbert and Susan Gubar
    • Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes by Margaret Dickie Uroff
    • Women Writing and Writing about Women edited by Mary Jacobus
  • Penelope Fitzgerald
    Following the plot

  • Rosemary Dinnage

    • My Life by George Sand, translated and adapted by Dan Hofstadter
    • George Sand in her Own Words edited and translated by Joseph Barry
  • John Bayley

    • Moortown by Ted Hughes
    • Selected Poems 1955-1975 by Thom Gunn
    • Collected Poems 1942-1977 by W.S. Graham
  • D.J. Enright

    • Hackenfeller’s Ape by Brigid Brophy
    • Flesh by Brigid Brophy
    • The Snow Ball by Brigid Brophy
  • Hans Keller

    • Testimony: The Memoirs of Dmitri Shostakovich edited by Solomon Volkov, translated by Antonina Bouis
  • Gillian Avery

    • The Children’s Book of Comic Verse edited by Christopher Logue
    • The Children’s Book of Funny Verse edited by Julia Watson
    • Bagthorpes v. the World by Helen Cresswell
    • The Robbers by Nina Bawden
  • Peter Campbell

    • Masquerade by Kit Williams
    • Beauty and the Beast by Rosemary Harris and Errol Le Cain
    • Mazel and Shlimazel by Isaac Bashevis Singer and Margot Zemach
    • La Corona by Russell Hoban and Nicola Bayley
    • Cats’Eyes by Anthony Taber
    • Comic and Curious Cats by Angela Carter and Martin Leman
    • The Wild Washerwomen by John Yeoman and Quentin Blake
  • Margaret Meek

    • Kate Crackernuts by Katharine Briggs
    • Socialisation through Children’s Literature: The Soviet Example by Felicity Ann O’Dell
    • Divide and Rule by Jan Mark
  • Peter Bryant

    • Piaget by Margaret Boden
    • Théories du Langage. Théories de l’Apprentissage. Le débat entre Jean Piaget et Noam Chomsky edited by Massimo Piatelli-Palmarini
  • Blair Worden

    • Sir Robert Cotton 1586-1631: History and Politics in Early Modern England by Kevin Sharpe
  • Keith Kyle

    • The Palestinians by Jonathan Dimbleby
    • The Rabin Memoirs by Yitzhak Rabin
  • Dick Taverne

    • Memoirs by Jo Grimond