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Monitor Archive for February 11, 1980
German epic confronts Hitler
'Women in Art' -- PBS to book to gallery
Stuck on homework? Just dial the 'smart' ones
'Probably the best book on teaching'; Teaching School, by Eric W. Johnson. Boston: NAIS, 4 Liberty Square. $8.95.
The historian-editor: a rare species in great demand
What's bad for bonds was good for stocks
Public sees $1.50 gas
Bahamas step up fight to halt growing drug traffic
Familes see easy driving cut
What college students seek
Poetry of Play and Worship
Monet's Water Lilies
This Is The Pavilion In Which I Have Been Hidden
Artists launch the fine art of catering
Alternatives to spanking
"The human adventure is just beginning"
The Brandt report and world survival
Debating a draft
US, Olympic Committee lock horns over Moscow
Compromise in Chicago settles teacher dispute
Ex-immigration official linked with crime figure
500 at private steel plant to return to jobs in Britain
Ali's anti-Moscow mission fails to get extra backing
Two more hostages freed at embassy in El Salvador
China at work on 2 mines to produce gold harvest
Carter favored 6 to 1 in poll of party leaders
Proxmire calls for inquiry on possible Miller perjury
Physicians chart A-war's horrors
Chris's retirement keeps the rest of us employed
Behind the Carter-Kennedy rift
French Reds in Russia's lap
US may snap out of Olympic doldrums
Soviets on the move: Carter, rivals agree
More retirees expected, and fewer working Americans to support them
100 days that reshaped nations
Allies' tiff doesn't alter basics
Allies' tiff doesn't alter basics
Palestine solution crucial for good Gulf relations, US told
US pushes Palestine talks as May target date looms
Reagan plan: score in South, wait for late Western surge
Poland pushes unity to camouflage failures
US may exploit Navy shale oil
Islam past, present, and future; Militant Islam, by G. H. Jansen. Boston: Harper & Row. $8.95.
What's a university press?
Friedmans: the case for free choice; Free to Choose: A Personal Statement, by Milton and Rose Friedman. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. $9.95
Mondale: America's 'Mr. Clean'; Mondale: Portrait of an American Politi cian, by Finlay Lewis. New York: Harper & Row. $12.95
E. E. Cummings: miner of fine poetic gems; Dreams in the Mirror: A Biography of E. E. Cummings, By Richard S. Kennedy. New York: Liveright. $19.95.
Menuhin: 'We need music'; The Music of Man, by Yehudi Menuhin and Curtis W. Davis. Toronto, New York, London and Sydney: Methuen. $24.95
Intimate portrait of old China; Old Madam Yin, by Ida Pruitt. Stanford: Stanford University Press. $8.95.
From forested coast to sunbaked desert; Coast of Many Faces, by Catherine Kerr, Photography by Ulli Steltzer. Seattle: University of Washington Pres...
What can Japan teach us?; :Japan as Number one: Lessons for America, by Ezra F. Vogel. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. $12.50
What's ahead for Britain in the 1980s?; :Is Britain Dying? (perspectives on the Current Crisis). Edited by Isaac Kramnick. Ithaca, N.Y., and London:...
All those ancient astronauts; Astronomy of the Ancients, edited by Kenneth Brecher and Michael Feirtag. Cambridge, Mass.: The MIT Press. $12.50
Spaceships and robots; :The Known and the Unknown: The Iconography of Science Fiction, by Gary K. Wolfe. Kent, Ohio: The Kent State University Press...
Those proper ladies writing in the attic; The Madwoman in the Attic: The Woman Writer and the Nineteenth-Century Literary Imagination, by Sandra M....
The depth, breadth, and playfulness of English; :The State of the Language. Berkeley, California: University of California Press. $14.95
Dinesen: a triumph of words; :Daguerreotypes and other Essays, by Isak Dinesen. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. $12.95
On writing for the soul, not the market; Short Work of It: Selected Writing by Mark Harris. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press. $12.95.
Protecting the US national park system; National Parks: The American Experience, by Alfred Runte. Lincoln Neb.: University of Nebraska Press. $16.50.
America's last frontier town; Little America: Town at the End of the World, by Paul A. Carter. New York: Columbia University Press. $15.95.
We hear grandmother being firm -- and loving; How Does It Feel To Be Old? By Norma Farber, illustrated by Trina Schart Hyman. New York: E. P. Dutton...
Superpowers agitate Asian waters
Carter's Caribbean sea of confusion
Violence mars campaigning in Rhodesian poll
Chronology of Iranian events leading to hostage capture
This week: the Winter Olympics
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