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Monitor Archive for February 2, 1983
Recapturing a revolution
Moliere's comic genius at work on Broadway; The Misanthrope. Comedy by Moliere. English verse translation by Richard Wilbur. Starring Brian Bedford,...
Czar's life -- history humanized
Can animals predict earthquakes?; When the Snakes Awake, by Helmut Tributsch. Cambridge, Mass.: The MIT Press. 248 pp. $20.
Appealing intrigue -- light on violence; Cloak of Darkness, by Helen MacInnes. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. 352 pp. $13.95
Nazi war criminals in the US; The Belarus Secret, by John Loftus. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 196 pp. $13.95 .
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Collection of Sontag's work; A Susan Sontag Reader. Introduction by Elizabeth Hardwick. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux. 446 pp. $17.95.
An impish Wolfe replayed; The Purple Decades: A Reader, by Tom Wolfe. Introduction by Joe David Bellamy. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux. 396 pp....
Latest Andropov twist: hobnobbing with workers
Greet the Chinese New Year with festive, traditional foods
Dickens' books: a feast of English food
Vivid writing on gastronomy by author of ''Three Musketeers''
More than small talk
The time to think
One mother's paradox
Teen-age daughters becoming 'partners' in managing the household
Keeping a balanced budget
Liquor and law-breaking
Coming of age with Dr. Mead
Moscow rejects US terms for a summit meeting
Reagan talks of recovery to recalled auto workers
Treasury secretary backs budget in appearance . . .
Treasury secretary backs budget in appearance; in Congress, and so does defense chief
Thai-Kampuchean site hit by more fighting
Salvadorean guerrillas capture important city
Quebec hospital workers quit strike, return to jobs
House lawyer asks court to dismiss US lawsuit
Oil-price drama shifts to Caracas
Who's minding the Senate?
Letting things lean
Why France no longer needles Uncle Sam
Keep freshmen off the varsity team
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Stastny brothers: Czechoslovakia to NHL
For children, find a ski program that is fun, safe
Shows spark new interest in regional American antiques
New housing market requires a map for the maze of mortgages
Software makers run afoul of piracy on high (tech) seas
Pinched by steel layoffs, Pittsburgh spins a safety net of last resort
Hit record helps jobless
The squeeze tightens on Arab petrodollars
Kremlin tries to mend its ripped ties with Arab world
Why another presidential commission? Well, let's look at the record
One political scientist's all-star team of commissioners
Why '83 recovery will be hard put to attain 'growth'
Thatcher poised to start spring cleaning of troubled British intelligence
Squabbles strain Portugal's young democracy
So far, strike by truckers has little effect
Japan opens new roads for handicapped with specially designed vehicles
Japanese 'grasp' need to act on commitments, Shultz says
Driving from 'Gib' to Spain takes a sea voyage
W particle: possible clue to nature's unifying principle
Energy, military R&D get boost in '84 science budget
Private enterprise in China fills the gaps
Deterrence debate sharpens
Putting elms back on Elm St.
W. Europe cool to 'no first use' plan
Behind Nigerian exodus: nation on economic slide
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