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Monitor Archive for January 12, 1981
The wonderful, sometimes confusing world of home video
Old Faithfuls at the Met
Sunday teachers: at last a book for you
At Nova, learning is easy, practical and still controversial
Some in large groups and some in small
Getting smarter, or richer?
Dear reader, draw your own conclusion;% 'Jump through hoops'
Dear reader, draw your own conclusion;% 'Individuals, not Chicanos'
Dear reader, draw your own conclusion;% 'SAT scores decline'
More biomass plants for California
University in short-term market
Capturing gas fumes at the pump
Europe may be exporting grain
Granville isn't the only bear
Aid packages from W. Europe to Poland, with love
Heaven all around
Under my wing
Childhood isn't what it used to be -- all work and no play
Coping in a complicated world
Africa's new colonialist
Black winners on both coasts
Doing over the White House -- again
Sabotage in Jamaican oil blaze?
Zimbabwe Cabinet shuffle threatens a political crisis
French marines off to Africa
British merchant seamen strike as pay talks fail
Glut of gasoline looms for spring
Kuwait ups oil price to $35.50 a barrel
Italian papers defy order by guerrillas on judge
Breakthrough hinted in hostage situation
US banks discussing ways to return Iranian assets
A brilliant prophet of whiz
Tomorrow's legal challenges
The new Republican coalition
Oregon State looks pro
'Image' concerns already nagging at Reagan staff
An empire bound by force and fear
Dickens's gifted rival; Thackeray: in life, what he satirized in literature; An uneasy Victorian: Thackeray the Man, by Anne Monsarrat. New York: Do...
Nabokov as professor: an enviable experience; Lectures on Literature, by Vladimir Nabokov, edited by Fredson Bowers. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovano...
Wind energy blowing strong on West Coast
Salvador left jockeys for power before Reagan
Pakistan, Karmal regime move closer
What Senate testimony says about Haig: He'll be forceful at 'State'
'82 budget: Carter's final statement on US priorities
Church leaders discuss how families can be bolstered
Woolf's letters: truths, half-truths; The letters of Virginia Woolf, Vol. VI 1936-1941, edited by Nigel Nicholson and Joanne Trautmann. New York: Ha...
Begin Cabinet totters as key minister resigns
Buffalo, N.Y., leaders try to avert racial confrontation on 'King Day'
IRA vows renewed terror despite talk of internal strife
Britain's Army and Air Force bases on guard against bomb attacks
Nofziger: keen political instinct
Polish compromise expected, but mistrust lingers
Father didn't know best; Life at the Alcotts' wasn't at all like 'Little Women'; The Alcotts: Biography of a Farmily, by Madelon Bedell. New York: C...
Pick of the paperbacks; The Obstacle Race, by Germaine Greer. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux. $12. 95.
Pick of the Paperbacks; Testimony: The Memoirs of Dmitri Shostakovich, edited by Simon Volkov, translated from the Russian by Antonina W. Bouis. New...
Pick of the paperbacks; The CIA and the Cult of Intelligence, by Victor Marchetti and John D. Marks. New York: Dell Publishing Company. $2.95
PICK OF THE PAPERBACKS; On a Clear Day You Can See General Motors, by J. Patrick Wright. New York: Avon Books. $2.95.
Pick of the Paperbacks; Jailbird, by Kurt Vonnegut. New York: Dell Publishing Co. $3.25.
Pick of the Paperbacks; Testament of Youth, Vera Brittain. New York: Seaview Books. $7.95
Safire's war against bad grammar; On Language, by William Safire. New York: Times Books. $12.95.
Swanson: a chatty memoir from the siren of the silents; Swanson On Swanson, by Gloria Swanson. New York: Random House. $15.95
The man who reinstated the Shah; Countercoup: The Struggle for the Control of Iran, by Kermit Roosevelt. New York: McGraw-Hill. $12.95.
Burgess's big, grating mixed bag of a novel; Earthly Powers, by Anthony Burgess. New York: Simon & Schuster. $15.95.
Movers and shakers (who were women) Notable American Women: The Modern Period, edited by Barbara Sicherman and Carol Hurd Green. The Belknap Press o...
Notable books of 1980 -- a checklist; BIOGRAPHY
Notable books of 1980 -- a checklist; GENERAL NONFICTION
Notable books of 1980 -- a checklist; FICTION
Notable books of 1980 -- a checklist; NATURE/SCIENCE
Notable books of 1980 -- a checklist; POETRY
Notable books of 1980 -- a checklist; ART/PHOTOGRAPHY
For a broader view of fuels, policy, technology
Reactor safety -- the urgent question
Conservation begins at home -- new ideas
Glimpses of fairy realms and fantasies; East of the Sun and West of the Moon, by Kathleen and Michael Hague. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. $9...
'Dictionary' of Tass words and phrases
Tass: All the propaganda that's fit to print
If You Want to Get Dirty
My Dog Kiki
The Rain, I Rain
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