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Monitor Archive for December 14, 1981
Pioneering a new kind of stage magic
Old and new from the Ailey troupe
BEST BOOKS OF 1981 - A CHECKLIST
Who spends 15 hours a week studying in the library?
Adult learners keep growing, knowing, and growing
Good writers - they practice, practice, practice
From eye to brush: keen observations
A Winter Tale
From eye to brush: keen observations
A working mother's Christmas:'You can't do everything'
Gifts that end up on the shelf
Dissolving the Adam myth
UN's new man
A Reagan promise and Head Start
The Monitor's View: Quote
OPEC's 'Christmas gift' cheaper heat this winter
Two killed in a car in a London square
A couple of toymakers accused of TV ad abuse
It may be harder to get a tow on US highways
Princess of Wales No. 1 in British popularity poll
Private help is sought to restore Ellis Island
UAW scales back contracts
US extradites a suspect to Israel
How to catch a snowflake
Reagan the negotiator
I am not yet free
Keep the television air alive with ideas
Alexander Calder and his mobiles
N.Y. investors awaken to a researcher's 'reveille'
Thurber's theory; 'Laughter improves everything'; Selected Letters of James Thurber, edited by Helen Thurber and Edward Weeks. Boston: Atlantic-Litt...
Wolfe: tilting his lance at the glass box; From Bauhaus to Our House, by Tom Wolfe. New York: Farrar Straus & Giroux. 143 pp. $10.95.
Romanticism, by Jean Clay. New York: The Vendome Press (dist. by Viking Press). 320 pp. $50 through Dec. 31, $60 thereafter.
Utamaro: A Chorus of Birds. Introduction by Julia Meech-Pekarik, translations by James T. Kenney. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art/A Studio...
Taos: A Painter's Dream, by Patricia Janis Broder. Boston: New York Graphic Society. 322 pp. $45.
The Yankee Magazine Cookbook, by the editors of Yankee magazine. New York: Harper & Row. 195 pp. $15.95.
Audubon's Birds of America, by Roger Tory Peterson and Virginia Marie Peterson. New York: Abbeyville Press Inc. 712 pp. $150.
Wilderness Expeditions, by Heinz Sielmann. New York: Franklin Watts. 416 pp. $29.95.
The L. L. Bean Guide to the Outdoors, by Bill Riviere with the staff of L. L. Bean. New York: Random House. 448 pp. $15.50.
The National Museum of American History, by Shirley Abbott. New York: Harry N. Abrams. 496 pp. $50.
A Day To Remember, by Bernard Stone. Illustrated by Anton Pieck. Music by Wallace Southam. New York: A Benn Book/Four Winds Press. $10.95.
The Christmas Stories of George MacDonald. Elgin, Ill.: David C. Cook Publishing Company (Book Division, 850 N. Grove Avenue, 60120). 96 pp. $11.95.
The Twelve Days Of Christmas, by Hilary Knight. New York: Macmillan Publishing Company. 34 pp. $8.95.
The Hoard of the Himalayas, by Larry Healey. New York: Dodd, Mead & Co. 190 pp. $7.95.
Next UN chief - the third world's Waldheim
Poland's financial tangle snares both Soviets and West
Pressure builds to cut Stockman, Allen from the team
Poland cracks down on union, scuttles reforms; USSR keeps its distance from crisis next door
East-West German detente: Poland threatens outcome
Poland cracks down on union, scuttles reforms; USSR Keeps its distance from crisis next
Foreign aid may be US's strongest hand in influencing Polish crisis
A tale of 20 letters: testing the mettle of the Postal Service
Britain's Labour Party puts its Foot down on hard-left members
France swings between Israelis and Palestinians
China, Japan, US caught in computer 'war'
China turns a cool shoulder toward Reagan foreign policy 'blind spots'
Time running out for $122-per-month minimum social security benefit
Reagan farm bill gets cold shoulder from US farmers
Argentina's generals give Viola the boot, install leader likened to Peron
Money-fund clue: ease-up in interest may not last long
US fruit growers: new customers
The Christmas Tree
Fine prose rediscovered; A Language Not To Be Betrayed: Selected Prose, by Edward Thomas. Edited and with an Introduction by Edna Longley. New York:...
Warren as restless questioner; Rumor Verified, by Robert Penn Warren. New York: Random House. 97 pp. $9.95.
The Living Gospels of Jesus Christ, by J. B. Phillips. New York: The Rutledge Press. 190 pp. $24.95.
Mirror of the Orient, by Roland and Sabrina Michaud. Foreword by Nadjm Oud-Dine Bammate. Boston: New York Graphic Society/Little, Brown & Co. (Pages...
Out of China's Earth: Archaeological Discoveries in the People's Republic of China, by Qian Hao, Chen Heyi, and Ru Suichu. New York: Harry N. Abrams...
The Movies: Revised and Updated Edition of the Classic History of Motion Pictures, by Richard Griffith, Arthur Mayer, and Eileen Bowser. New York: S...
Hollywood Musicals, by Ted Sennett. New York: Harry N. Abrams. 384 pp. $ 50.
Oxford Illustrated Literary Guide to Great Britain and Ireland, edited by Dorothy Eagle and Hilary Carnell. New York: Oxford University Press. 326 p...
Moby Dick or the Whale, by Herman Melville. Berkeley: University of California Press. 576 pp. $19.95.
Under the North Star, by Ted Hughes. New York: The Viking Press. 46 pp. $ 14.95.
A Child's First Book of Poems. New York: Golden Press/Western Publishing Co., Inc. 44 pp. $6.95.
Halley's Comet, by Norman D. Anderson and Walter R. Brown.New York: Dodd, Mead & Co. 78 pp. $7.95.
The Changing Desert, by Ada and Frank Graham. San Francisco: Sierra Club Books (distributed by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York.) 90 pp. $11.95.
The Haunted House, by R. A. Montgomery. New York: Bantam/Skylark. 56 pp.
Arthur's Funny Money, by Lillian Hoban. New York: Harper & Row. 64 pp. $7 .25.
The Little Moon Theater, by Irene Haas. New York: A Margaret K. McElderry Book/Atheneum. $9.95.
Things I Like to Eat, by Zokeisha. New York: Simon & Schuster. $2.95. Things I Like To Look At, Zokeisha. New York: Simon & Schuster. $2.95.
Art of the Maya, by Henri Stierlin. New York: Rizzoli International Publications. 212 pp. $50.
Manhattan, photos by J. C. Suares, text by Chris Casson Madden. New York: Harry N. Abrams. 256 pp. $45.
New York, photographs by Reinhart Wolf, text by Sabrina Leitzmann, introduction by Edward Albee, interview by Andy Warhol. New York: The Vendome Pre...
The World's Great Ballets: La Fille Mal Gardee to Davidsbundlertanze, by John Gruen. New York: Harry N. Abrams. 256 pp. $40.
Three Centuries of Notable American Architects, edited by Joseph J. Thorndike Jr. Introduction by Vincent Scully. New York: American Heritage (dist....
Tiger Eyes, by Judy Blume. Scarsdale, N.Y.: Bradbury Press, Inc. 206 pp. $ 9.95.
You Can Do the Cube, by Patrick Bossert. Middlesex, England: Puffin Books. 112 pp. $1.95. (paperback). The Simple Solution to Rubik's Cube, by James...
Knead It, Punch It, Bake It: Make Your Own Bread, by Judith and Evan Jones. Illustrated by Lauren Jarrett. New York: T. Y. Crowell Junior Books. 113...
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz Cookbook, by Monica Bayley. Illustrations by W. W. Denslow. New York: Macmillan Publishing Company. 127 pp. $7.95.
Tibet, by a team of prominent Tibetans. Produced by Jugoslovenska Revija, Belgrade, and the Shanghai People's Art Publishing House. New York: McGraw...
Africa: A Continent Revealed, by Rene Gordon. New York: St. Martin's Press. 280 pp. $40.
The Scottish World, edited by Harold Orel, Henry L. Snyder, Marilyn Stokstad. New York: Harry N. Abrams. 328 pp. $45.
Machu Pichu: The Wonders of Man Series, by John Hemming.New York: Newsweek Books (dist. by W. W. Norton & Co.). 172 pp. $16.95.
American Places, photographs by Eliot Porter, text by Wallace Stegner and Page Stegner. New York: E. P. Dutton. 252 pp. $29.50.
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