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Monitor Archive for November 4, 1983

Fannie Mae's efforts to rev up the housing market
De Lorean, gorillas, Grant and Lee, and more; Grant and Lee, by William A. Frassanito. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 442 pp. $24.95.
Race and 'reform'
Syria gains in Lebanon equation as Israeli accord loses
Corrective bargaining
New column: Getting to the heart
There's still enough housing to go around
Standardized tests -- gauge of whether US schools are improving
South Africa's whites vote for limited 'reform'; blacks say it hardens race divide
News In Brief
De Lorean, gorillas, Grant and Lee, and more; Gorillas in the Mist, by Dian Fossey. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company. 326pp. $ 19.95.
FALLING IDOL
De Lorean, gorillas, Grant and Lee, and more; While Reagan Slept, by Art Buchwald. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons. 334pp. $14. 95.
The rise of 'Satchmo': no one else's art echoed more widely; Louis Armstrong: An American Genius, by James Lincoln Collier. New York: Oxford Univers...
De Lorean, gorillas, Grant and Lee, and more; Grand Delusions, by Hillel Levin. New York: The Viking Press. 336pp. $15.95.
Reagan soothes allies over Grenada move
Poetry by post seals friendship, explores nature of verse; Segues - A Correspondence in Poetry, by William Stafford and Marvin Bell. Boston: David R...
Bringing the field to us: superb novel about Vietnam; Meditations in Green, by Stephen Wright. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 342 pp. $14.95.
Compassion for the world
Elmore Leonard's LaBrava brings to life the illogic of criminals and crime; LaBrava, by Elmore Leonard. Arbor House. 283 pp. $14.95
News In Brief
Marlborough: ahead of his time; The Great Marlborough and His Duchess, by Virginia Cowles. New York: Macmillan Publishing Company. 456 pp. $19.95.
News In Brief
MacArthur Award winners produce two of season's best; Cathedral, by Raymond Carver. New York: Alfred A. Knopf Inc. 228 pp. $13.95.
How now, farm policy?
A physicist's intriguing metaphysical speculation; God and the New Physics, by Paul Davies. New York: Simon & Schuster. 255 pp. $16 .95.
Turkey's generals design a democracy
First novel explores the gnarled roots of the rich; Old Money, by Lacey Fosburgh. New York: Doubleday. 425 pp. $17.95.
Strike against Greyhound forces customers to leave driving to somebody else
The pervasive images of war and the realities of peace
A sobering look at the new global economic order; The World After Oil: The Shifting Axis of Power and Wealth, by Bruce Nussbaum. New York: Simon & S...
For George Halas, Chicago's Papa Bear, NFL was good football den
Signals of change in Mideast
Cost cuts produce strong 3rd-quarter profits at many a company
News In Brief
Unusual Americana . . . if you really want to read about it; American Beat, by Bob Greene. New York: Atheneum. 301 pp. $15.95.
United Nations role in Grenada elections being considered
Secret hideout helps orphan find herself; The Root Cellar, by Janet Lunn. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 229 pp. $12. 95. Ages 11 and up.
Learning about life by letter-writing; Dear Mr. Henshaw, by Beverly Cleary, illustrated by Paul O. Zelinsky. New York: Morrow Junior Books. 144 pp....
Scientists weigh aftermath of nuclear war
Interior designer sees brighter colors on the horizon
Helmut Jahn: reaching for a futuristic architecture
Battling to save 'Boone'; Agatha Christie in Hollywood
Mayor, social issues in San Francisco vote
Invasion of Grenada reinforces distrust of US by its NATO allies
For Poles, easing US sanctions means little more than herring
News In Brief
Commentary on the unpredictability of readers
Soviet space program may gain dividends from Salyut's troubles
AFL-CIO says it's not time to ease sanctions against Polish regime
The unthinkable
US views Marcos with gloom, skepticism
Tips on dealing with leaky decks, caulking, and kitchen cleaners
Leaving the driving to others
Canada politics ties up largest offshore oil area
Untimely watches
News In Brief
A Grenada casualty: Caribbean unity
News In Brief
News In Brief
Aventura mixes au courant with authentic art: and gathers 'good reads' from all over; One Day of Life, by Manlio Argueta. Translated by Bill Brow. N...
News In Brief
New trend in mysteries: crumbling of the small world of murder; Death of a Minor Character, by E. X. Ferrars. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday & Co. (pu...
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