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CLEAR REASONING

Broadcast Talks. By C. S. LEWIS. Bles : the Centenary Press. 2s. 6d.

Oxford dons rarely have the gift of making themselves im-mediately intelligible and entertaini

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SCIENTIFIC MATERIALISM

DEAR Snz,—It is with no wish to defend Mr. Lunn that I ask what "elementary qualification for cogent and useful criticism" Mr. Walshe displays in using the phrase, "t

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A DOCTOR'S APOLOGIA

The Witness of Science. By R. McNant WILSON. John Murray. 3s. 6d.

Dr. Wilson's very attractive little book is a series of letters.to his two sons on the scient

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QUARLES AND HIS PEERS

English Emblem Books. By ROSEMARY FREEMAN. Chatto and Windus. 21s.

This is a most unusual book ; unusual especially in the diversity of interests to which it

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The Elect of Yesterday

By CHRISTOPHER HOLLIS HERE is no more interesting study than that of the passion T for power. It is extraordinary how the nineteenth-century economists, both Socialis

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By CHRISTOPHER HOLLIS

PSYCHOPATHOLOGICAL DETERMINISTS "It has always been a slightly sore point with Nadya," Mr. Wilson tells us in his erudite study,* "that people thought she looked like

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By CHRISTOPHER HOLLIS

HOW BRITAIN SAVED. EUROPE How very short a time it is since we were all taught to sneer and jeer at the architects of Vienna and solemnly to condemn the lack of ideali

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ENGLAND IN TRANSITION

English Saga : 1840-1940. By ARTHUR BRYANT. Collins ; Eyre & Spottiswoode. 12s. 6d.

Mr. Arthur Bryant returns in this book to his earlier histori-cal vocatio

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American Opinion and Soviet Foreign Policy

It is a very short time since the Moscow and Teheran Conferences were being so warmly acclaimed in the great majority of leading American newspape

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THE EXPECTATION OF THE GENTILES

Noble Castle. By CHRISTOPHER HOLLIS. Longmans. 8s. 6d.

War-time has the effect of gagging some authors, while it leaves others as voluble as ever.

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