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Monitor Archive for April 9, 1982
An unfailing Parent
Solidarity: Poland in the Season of its Passion, by Lawrence Weschler. New York: A Fireside Book, Simon & Schuster. 221 pp. $8.95.
Stirrings of peace
Falkland Island takeover stalls negotiations over Gibraltar
Human Options: An Autobiographical Notebook, by Norman Cousins. New York: W.W. Norton & Co. 224 pp. $9.95
GM contract vote in doubt
Finding my London-by the-creek
Check index, choose carefully
Australian premier coasts past leadership challenge
Foam insulation ban: was a hazard removed or was it overregulation?
A comparative roundup of book clubs new and old
Julia Child a la cable TV: simple cooking with French names
Salvadoran right OKs moderates
Duveen, by S. N. Behrman. New York: Harmony Books/Crown Publishers Inc. 180 pp. $6.95
GOP support dented among union hard-hats
Useful view of El Salvador; El Salvador: Central America in the New Cold War, edited by Marvin Gettleman and others. New York: The Grove Press. 397...
Plywood industry grumbles over Japanese trade barriers
Novelist Dillard turns literary critic; Living By Fiction, by Annie Dillard. New York: Harper & Row. 192 pp. $12.95.
Kafka triology gives insights into a victim of his own sensitivity; Kafka: A Biography, by Ronald Hayman. New York: Oxford University Press. 349 pp....
A 212-year tug of war over Falklands: sovereignty vs. self-determination
Odysey, Mirror of the Mediterranean, photographed and designed by Roloff Beny. Text and Anthology by Anthony Thwaite. New York: Harper & Row. 360 pp...
James A. Michener's America: The People and the Land, by James A. Michener. New York: Crown: 342 pp. $25.
The diminished stage
French Socialist economic plan threatened by franc's new fall
NATO proposes a sum-up in European troop parley
Littlest US hockey Olympian makes a name for himself in the NHL
TV show takes mystery out of caring for your car
US-Japanese trade gap perilous, Ford chief warns
A ready solution for mildewed bathroom wall
O'Hare plan sets off 'classic battle' over airport noise
Innovative financing opens other paths to homeownership
Walt Whitman: A Life, by Justin Kaplan. New York: Simon & Schuster. 429 pp.
Falklands: so much for the superpowers
Standing by the handicapped
The Computer Establishment, by Katharine Davis Fishman. New York: Harper & Row. 468 pp. $20.95
The US and Argentina
North with the Spring, by Edwin Way Teale. New York: Dodd, Mead & Co. 358 pp. $8.95
Discover the semiprecious gem squash
Intelligence chief cleared of foreign-agent violation
Bombers vs. blackboards
Britain firm on Falklands as deadline nears
Newfoundland signals it won't give up fight for control of offshore oil
British plan for Ulster assembly gets cool reaction from both sides
Union votes itself a hefty cut in pay
Sagging Nigeria oil revenues will soon be felt by consumers, politicians
More official opposition to a new Solidarity seen
Computers, classics, or cats - clubs cater to varied tastes
US team: refugees show signs of Viet chemicals
Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady, by Edith Holden. New York: An Owl Book/Holt, Rinehart & Winston. 187 pp. $9.95
Getting a grip on the school discipline problem
How to play ball - and finish college
Sand Rivers, by Peter Matthiessen, with photographs by Hugo van Lawick. New York: Bantam Books. 224 pp. $11.95.
Uganda tense as Obote rivals turn to Libya for arms; But nation slowly rebuilds after the long nightmare of the Idi Amin years
Eastertide and hard times stir up delectable sales for candymakers
Nobel laureate's superb stories; The Collected Stories of Isaac Bashevis Singer, selected and with an introduction by Mr. Singer. New York: Farrar S...
Poland's struggle for freedom; The Polish August, by Neal Ascherson. New York: The Viking Press. 320 pp. $14. 95.
New US firms bloom despite recession
Top school administrator calls for new agenda for US education
Kissinger memoir - a literary and historical tour de force; Years of Upheaval, by Henry Kissinger. Boston: Little, Brown & Co. 1,283 pp. $24 .95.
Mr. Nice Guy: Why Reagan remains effective
Countering the A-bomb threat; Author argues world safety must begin with public awareness of choices ahead
OPEC's price-fixing monopoly under fire from oil companies
Possible budget deal lists spending cut, tax increase
Are they the Falkland Islands or Islas Malvinas?
Argentina braces for oncoming British fleet
PLO calls guerrilla alert, claiming Israeli buildup
Amnesty International, the Human Rights Story, by Jonathan Power. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company. 125 pp. $9.95.
Everlastings, like strawflower, are long on versatility
Muse goes cosmopolitan; Irish Poetry After Yeats, edited by Maurice Harmon. Boston: Little, Brown & Co. 231 pp. $8.95. Odysseus Elytis: Selected Poe...