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Monitor Archive for October 13, 1981

Less glint on the crystal ball but printout paper clicks away
The Selected Letters of William James, edited with an introduction by Elizabeth Hardwick. Boston: Nonpareil Books/David R. Godine. $8.95.
Greek political posters proliferate as elections near
Trend of the economy:
US budget, tax battle -- new tactics emerge
An escape from slavery; Jump Ship to Freedom, by James Lincoln Collier and Christopher Collier. New York: Delacorate Press. $9.95.
Youngsters share their views of two tales; A moonshot backyard style; Regards to the Man in the Mon, By Ezra Jack Keats. New York: Four Winds Press.
Now Americans can enjoy an acclaimed European series; Little Elephant and Big Mouse, by Benita Cantieni. Illustrated by Fred Gachter. Boston: Neugeb...
From John Irving a zany, obsessed 'Life with Father'; The Hotel New Hampshire, by John Irving. New York: E. P. Dutton & Co. $15.50.
Youngsters share thier views of two tales; When pet snakes get lost; A Boy and a Boa, by Abby Israil. Pictures by Kevin Brooks. New York: The Dial P...
Less glint on the crystal ball . . .
New England crafts hidden along country roads
Learning to draw from nature; Nature Drawing: A Tool for Learning, by Clare Walker Leslie. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice Hall Inc. $9.95 (paperba...
The Dog Who Wouldn't Be, by Farley Mowat. New York: Bantam Books. $2.50. The Boat Who Wouldn't Float, By Farley Mowat. New York: Bantam Books. $2.50.
Fare wars aloft: no sonic boom for most
Blue Ridge Mountains
Vivid, opinionated journey through the world of Islam; Among the Believers: An Islamic Journey, by V. S. Naipaul. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. $15
Reagan's nuclear industry 'recharge' generates debate
Billy Martin's A's Face Yankees in AL playoffs
Navy gets go-ahead for new sub communication system
A king who really earns his keep: Spain's Juan Carlos
Babar, durable favorite, returns in sparkling new collection; Babar's Anniversary Album, written and illustrated by Jean and Laurent de Brunhoff. In...
Mr. Begin's folly
Lyndon, An Oral Biography, by Merle Miller. New York: Ballantine Books. $9 .95.
Emerson: from the pieces, a whole picture at last; Waldo Emerson: A Biography, by Gay Wilson Allen. New York: The Viking Press. $ 25.
Call of the auction: 'High, O Silver'; a Tulsa 'sleeper'
Moscow slams door on Armenians wishing to emigrate
How an acclaimed historian dusts the cobwebs off the past; Practicing History: Selected Essays, by Barbara W. Tuchman. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. $1...
For young adults; Powerful lesson of family love; Let the Circle Be Unbroken, by Mildred Taylor. New York: The Dial Press. $10. 95.
NL playoffs: Can Dodgers maintain recent dominance over Expos?
Potok's journey toward light; The Book of Lights, by Chaim Potok. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. $13.50.
Youngsters share their views of two tales; Questing with Sir Belliful; The Acorn Quest, by Jane Yolen. Illustrated by Susanna Natti. New York: Thoma...
San Diego sees a surge, too
Henderson -- a feisty critic -- blasts the 'economic experts'; The Politics of the Solar Age: Alternatives to Economics. New York: Anchor Press/Doub...
Cairo: 'business as usual'
Egyptian extremists in Army uniform?; Muslim group penetrates deep into Egyptian society: analysis
Detroit's 'renaissance': behind glitter, persistent gray
Israel-Egypt peace talks: inside views; The Battle for Peace, by Ezer Weizman. New York: Bantam Books. $15.95.; Breakthrough: a Personal Account of...
Superpowers angle for influence in Egypt
Opus 100, by Isaac Asimov. New York: Dell Books. $2.25; Opus 200 by Isaac Asimov. New York: Dell Books. $2.50.
Peter the great: His Life and world, by Robert K. Massive.New York: Ballantine Books. $9.95.
Israelis worried by Western nations' earnest wooing of post-Sadat Egypt
After a hard day's work, a hard day's work at home
Third-graders snare Parisian art thief; The Mona Lisa Mystery, by Pat Hutchins. Illustrated by Laurence Hutchins. New York: Greenwillow Books. $8.95.
After peace march, Bonn to push harder for arms talks