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Monitor Archive for May 14, 1982
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Combined-family saga; Gardine vs. Hanover, by Joan L. Oppenheimer. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell. 152 pp. $8.95.
Meet a cranky wizard; Tomorrow's Wizard, by Patricia MacLachlan. Illustrated by Kathy Jacobi. New York: Harper & Row. 80 pp. $9.50.
Public's view of Reagan
Dual treatment of those from hostile lands upheld
US said to be threatened with scientific illiteracy
From India -- gentle comedy; Malgudi Days, by R.K. Narayan. New York: The Viking Press. 246 pp. $14.95.
Abductions of reporters mar Argentina's image
New roof leaks; some specific steps to take
Celtics, 76ers at it again in pro basketball playoffs
Fun with robots; Ready . . . Set . . . Robot! by Lillian and Phoebe Hoban, pictures by Lillian Hoban. New York: Harper & Row. 64 pp. $6.95. Your Ver...
Israeli soldiers question tactics on West Bank
Off the Record: The Private Papers of Harry S. Truman, edited by Robert H. Ferrell. New York: Penguin. 448 pp. $6.95.
Seed growing and house building; How My Garden Grew, by Anne & Harlow Rockwell. New York: Macmillan Publishing Company. 24 pp. $6.95. Tool Book, wri...
L.A. panel orders inquiry on police chief's remarks
Texans look ahead to when the boom fades
Monuments -- To What? Public art takes a beating
Real-life stories with quiet humor; This Strange New Feeling, by Julius Lester. New York: The Dial Press. 149 pp.
When corporations have the last word
Rabbit: raunchy and overrated
Strong US-Latin ties expected to survive Falklands test
A four-step method to strip wallpaper
Solzhenitsyn turns down US invitation as dissident
Graham calls Soviet church 'free'
Reporters under fire
Unsnag the autonomy talks
Before the Falklands -- the Swan Islands
UN peace plan for Falklands: 'no winners, no losers'
'Marco Polo': dazzling voyage into history and fantasy
Doubts on military strength push Argentina toward 'slight' concessions
Bringing up Baby in the '80s
Iraqi losses suck Arab oil nations closer to Gulf war
In new boks Bard is alive, winning, colorful; Shakespeare and His Theatre, by John Russell Brown. Illustrated by David Gentleman. New York: Lothrop,...
Savvy US firms invade the tight Japanese market
Pritchett: Powerful fiction in small packages; A master's sparkling stories; Collected Stories of V.S. Pritchett. New York: Random House. 521 pp. $2...
European Parliament calls for ban on plastic bullets
It's not enough for Johnny to add
Repairing moss-covered cedar-shake roof
Getting the drop on feline and fowl
Why Braniff International's colorful career has ended
Polish Catholics offer plan to get regime, union talking
TV series whets the appetite for simple backyard garden
Fifty recommended books for infants, toddlers, and Grades 1-3
Going out of business
Office computer terminals seen as threat to workers
Kids and campaigns; I Am Rubber, You Are Glue, by Jane Morton. New York: Beaufort Books Inc. 96 pp. $7.95. My Mother the Mayor, Maybe, by Pat Kibbe....
Monumental new series of American classics
Moisture-ruined plaster should be replaced
US attorney general to review his tax return
N.Y. mayor seeks camps for city-blight offenders
Summer with horses; Nicki & Wynne, by Barbara Morgenroth. New York: Atheneum. 139 pp. $9.95.
The Mathematical Experience, by Philip J. Davis and Reuben Hersh. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company. 440 pp. $9.95.
With 40,000 titles to choose from, lists can help; How to find and select books for children
Story of tulips; The First Tulips in Holland, by Phyllis Krasilovsky. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday & Co. 32 pp. $12.95.
Sweden to require visas of Poles, as others do
In California: voters' preferences for June become clearer
In mid-America, researchers find family values holding strong; Middletown Families: Fifty Years of Change and Continuity, by Theodore Caplow and How...
The Collected Stories of Elizabeth Bowen, introduction by Angus Wilson. New York: Vantage Books/Random House. 782 pp. $8.95.
Soviets set space stage for joint French mission
Ramona is back; Ramona Quimby, Age 8, by Beverly Cleary, illustrated by Alan Tiegreen. New York: Morrow Junior Books. $7.95. 190 pages.
On spring and its quackery
If Hitler were found alive . . .; The Portage to San Cristobal of A.H., by George Steiner. New York: Simon & Schuster. 170 pp. $13.50.
Cleary thinks books should be fun
Zoo mixes gorillas, lizards, birds, hippos in tropical rain forest setting
Old tale -- new version; The Swineherd, by Hans Christian Andersen. New York: William Morrow and Company. 12 pp. $9.50.
Life on planets Moros and Austar I; Planet of the Warlord, by Douglas Hill. New York: Atheneum. 128 pp. $8.95. Dragon's Blood, by Jane Yolen. New Yo...
Magnetic and rubber weatherstripping should both work on exterior steel door
Iran turning tables on Iraq as world watches Falklands
West warns Japan this could be free trade's last chance
The Step-By-Step Encyclopedia of Practical Gardening: Guide to Gardening Techniques, by Alan Titchmarsh. (Published in cooperation with the Royal Ho...
Japan's leaders are split over how to revive economy