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Monitor Archive for February 3, 1984

News In Brief
Bilingual study could ease culture shock
Today's short stories: new tones in the 'chamber music of fiction'; Best American Short Stories 1983, edited by Anne Tyler with Shannon Ravenel. Bos...
The renovated National Theater outdazzles even its hit musical
...while one state builds a budget surplus
News In Brief
Reagan advisers try to shift focus from '85 budget to deficit 'down payment'. . .
Gretzky's golden skates
The 1984 Winter Olympics
News In Brief
Reagan's religious agenda under fire
News In Brief
PBS ponders how to fill Larry Grossman's shoes
Small spaces: packing those precious inches with pure charm
News In Brief
Unplug office equipment bill
Today's auto special: compact cars at $3.01 a pound
When the weather is lah-de-dah
The three faces of factory-built
In factory housing, there's a trend toward homes a la modular
News In Brief
British controversy brews over unionists in surveillance work
South African whites clamor to tune in black TV
'Next minute, she was a mother'; Winter Wife, by Jessica Auerbach. New York: Ticknor & Fields. 221 pp. $13.95.
News In Brief
The fine art of delay
When small is big
The rosy assumption
Olympic flame sputters as plan for sponsors threatens relay
Building with an eye to harnessing the sun's rays
Attracting children to poetry
The Supreme Court's future
New crop of stars poised for Olympic gold
Meticulous, lyrical look at nature in Baja
Deserving debates: An hour when television just stood there and took the pictures
Exquisitely illustrated 'Hiawatha'; Hiawatha, by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, pictures by Susan Jeffers. New York: Dial Books for Young Readers. E. P...
Pipelines sale gives debt-ridden Canadian oil company room to maneuver
News In Brief
Dynamic Volvo chief has a taste for drama and controlled chaos
Shultz aims to reduce liabilities for Reagan over El Salvador
Lapham's solution
NATO and Soviets woo East Europe
Scholarly publishing - a long and distinguished genealogy
News In Brief
Shuttle crew to get driver education all over again, in space
The State of Western Europe
News In Brief
News In Brief
Alice Walker: her own woman; In Search of Our Mothers' Gardens, ''Womanist Prose,'' by Alice Walker. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. 393 pp. $1...
Saudis may be steering away from emerging lineup of Arab moderates
Between soft covers
Clear echoes of 'Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy'; Berlin Game, by Len Deighton. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 1984. 345 pp. $15. 95.