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Monitor Archive for October 13, 1981
Mr. Begin's folly
NL playoffs: Can Dodgers maintain recent dominance over Expos?
Billy Martin's A's Face Yankees in AL playoffs
US budget, tax battle -- new tactics emerge
After a hard day's work, a hard day's work at home
Superpowers angle for influence in Egypt
Reagan's nuclear industry 'recharge' generates debate
Navy gets go-ahead for new sub communication system
Trend of the economy:
A king who really earns his keep: Spain's Juan Carlos
Moscow slams door on Armenians wishing to emigrate
Greek political posters proliferate as elections near
Detroit's 'renaissance': behind glitter, persistent gray
Call of the auction: 'High, O Silver'; a Tulsa 'sleeper'
Less glint on the crystal ball . . .
Less glint on the crystal ball but printout paper clicks away
San Diego sees a surge, too
For young adults; Powerful lesson of family love; Let the Circle Be Unbroken, by Mildred Taylor. New York: The Dial Press. $10. 95.
Emerson: from the pieces, a whole picture at last; Waldo Emerson: A Biography, by Gay Wilson Allen. New York: The Viking Press. $ 25.
Vivid, opinionated journey through the world of Islam; Among the Believers: An Islamic Journey, by V. S. Naipaul. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. $15
How an acclaimed historian dusts the cobwebs off the past; Practicing History: Selected Essays, by Barbara W. Tuchman. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. $1...
Henderson -- a feisty critic -- blasts the 'economic experts'; The Politics of the Solar Age: Alternatives to Economics. New York: Anchor Press/Doub...
Potok's journey toward light; The Book of Lights, by Chaim Potok. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. $13.50.
From John Irving a zany, obsessed 'Life with Father'; The Hotel New Hampshire, by John Irving. New York: E. P. Dutton & Co. $15.50.
Israel-Egypt peace talks: inside views; The Battle for Peace, by Ezer Weizman. New York: Bantam Books. $15.95.; Breakthrough: a Personal Account of...
Babar, durable favorite, returns in sparkling new collection; Babar's Anniversary Album, written and illustrated by Jean and Laurent de Brunhoff. In...
Now Americans can enjoy an acclaimed European series; Little Elephant and Big Mouse, by Benita Cantieni. Illustrated by Fred Gachter. Boston: Neugeb...
Youngsters share their views of two tales; A moonshot backyard style; Regards to the Man in the Mon, By Ezra Jack Keats. New York: Four Winds Press.
Youngsters share thier views of two tales; When pet snakes get lost; A Boy and a Boa, by Abby Israil. Pictures by Kevin Brooks. New York: The Dial P...
Youngsters share their views of two tales; Questing with Sir Belliful; The Acorn Quest, by Jane Yolen. Illustrated by Susanna Natti. New York: Thoma...
Third-graders snare Parisian art thief; The Mona Lisa Mystery, by Pat Hutchins. Illustrated by Laurence Hutchins. New York: Greenwillow Books. $8.95.
Learning to draw from nature; Nature Drawing: A Tool for Learning, by Clare Walker Leslie. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice Hall Inc. $9.95 (paperba...
An escape from slavery; Jump Ship to Freedom, by James Lincoln Collier and Christopher Collier. New York: Delacorate Press. $9.95.
Peter the great: His Life and world, by Robert K. Massive.New York: Ballantine Books. $9.95.
Lyndon, An Oral Biography, by Merle Miller. New York: Ballantine Books. $9 .95.
Opus 100, by Isaac Asimov. New York: Dell Books. $2.25; Opus 200 by Isaac Asimov. New York: Dell Books. $2.50.
The Selected Letters of William James, edited with an introduction by Elizabeth Hardwick. Boston: Nonpareil Books/David R. Godine. $8.95.
The Dog Who Wouldn't Be, by Farley Mowat. New York: Bantam Books. $2.50. The Boat Who Wouldn't Float, By Farley Mowat. New York: Bantam Books. $2.50.
Fare wars aloft: no sonic boom for most
Egyptian extremists in Army uniform?; Muslim group penetrates deep into Egyptian society: analysis
Israelis worried by Western nations' earnest wooing of post-Sadat Egypt
Cairo: 'business as usual'
Blue Ridge Mountains
New England crafts hidden along country roads
After peace march, Bonn to push harder for arms talks
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