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Paul Seabright

A Pocket Popper edited by David Miller. Fontana, 479 pp., £4.95, August 1983, 0 00 636414 4
The Postscript to the Logic of Scientific Discovery. Vol. I: Realism and the Aim of Science by Karl Popper, edited by W.W. Bartely. Hutchinson, 420 pp., £20, March 1983, 0 09 151450 9
The Philosophy of Popper by T.E. Burke. Manchester, 222 pp., £16, July 1983, 0 7190 0904 9
In Pursuit of Truth: Essays in Honour of Karl Popper’s 80th Birthday edited by Paul Levinson. Harvester, 337 pp., £25, May 1983, 0 7108 0424 5
Science and Moral Priority by Roger Sperry. Blackwell, 135 pp., £12.50, February 1983, 9780631131991
Art, Science and Human Progress edited by R.B. McConnell. Murray, 196 pp., £12.50, June 1983, 0 7195 4018 6

Letters

John Lahr, Michael Pye, Maureen Duffy, Lora Weinroth, Ian Jack, Editors, ‘London Review’

Frederick Seidel

Poem: ‘The Blue-Eyed Doe’

Brian Barry

The Collected Papers of Bertrand Russell. Vol. I: Cambridge Essays 1888-1899 edited by Kenneth Blackwell, Andrew Brink, Nicholas Griffin, Richard Rempel and John Slater. Allen and Unwin, 554 pp., £48, November 1983, 0 04 920067 4

Julietta Harvey

Eleni by Nicholas Gage. Collins, 472 pp., £9.95, November 1983, 0 00 217147 3

John Horgan

Political Violence in Ireland: Government and Resistance since 1848 by Charles Townshend. Oxford, 445 pp., £22.50, December 1983, 0 19 821753 6

David Cannadine

F.E. Smith, First Earl of Birkenhead by John Campbell. Cape, 918 pp., November 1983, 0 224 01596 6

Peter Clarke

That Noble Science of Politics: A Study in 19th-Century Intellectual History by Stefan Collini, Donald Winch and John Burrow. Cambridge, 385 pp., £25, November 1983, 9780521257626

Sheldon Rothblatt

From Clergyman to Don: The Rise of the Academic Profession in 19th-Century Oxford by A.J. Engel. Oxford, 302 pp., £22.50, February 1983, 0 19 822606 3

David Starkey

Tudor Rule and Revolution: Essays for G.R. Elton from his American Friends edited by DeLloyd Guth and John McKenna. Cambridge, 418 pp., £27.50, February 1983, 0 521 24841 8
Essays on Tudor and Stuart Politics and Government. Vol III: Papers and Reviews 1973-1981 by G.R. Elton. Cambridge, 512 pp., £27.50, March 1983, 0 521 24893 0
Which road to the past? Two Views of History by Robert William Fogel and G.R. Elton. Yale, 136 pp., £9.95, September 1983, 0 300 03011 8

Christopher Norris

Text Production by Michael Riffaterre, translated by Terese Lyons. Columbia, 341 pp., $32.50, September 1983, 0 231 05334 7
Writing and the Experience of Limits by Philippe Sollers, edited by David Hayman, translated by Philip Barnard. Columbia, 242 pp., $31.50, September 1983, 0 231 05292 8
The Reach of Criticism: Method and Perception in Literary Theory by Paul Fry. Yale, 239 pp., £18, October 1984, 0 300 02924 1
Blindness and Insight: Essays in the Rhetoric of Contemporary Criticism by Paul de Man, edited by Wlad Godzich. Methuen, 308 pp., £7.50, November 1983, 0 416 35860 8
Displacement: Derrida and After edited by Mark Krupnick. Indiana, 198 pp., £9.75, December 1983, 0 253 31803 3
Authoritarian Fictions: The Ideological Novel as a Literary Genre by Susan Rubin Suleiman. Columbia, 299 pp., £39, August 1983, 0 231 05492 0

Clive James

Poem: ‘Will those responsible come forward?’

Neal Ascherson

Roman by Roman Polanski. Heinemann, 393 pp., £12.95, January 1984, 0 434 59180 7

George Woodcock

Elegy for an Anarchist

Alexei Sayle

Diary: The 006 from Liverpool to London

George Woodcock

Poem: ‘For Kenneth Rexroth, 1905-1982’

Peter Prince

Minor Characters by Joyce Johnson. Collins, 262 pp., £7.95, May 1983, 0 00 272511 8
Neurotica: The Authentic Voice of the Beat Generation 1948-1951 edited by Jay Landesman and G. Legman. Jay Landesman, 535 pp., £19.95, July 1981, 0 905150 26 0
Memory Babe: A Critical Biography of Jack Kerouac by Gerald Nicosia. Grove, 767 pp., £14.95, October 1983, 0 394 52270 2

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