The Atlantic Magazine, October 1956 *72 Page Feature on the Arab World*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $119.95

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Book Condition: Good

192 pages. Features: Reports on Argentina, Suez, France and Australia; Box Office is Not Enough, by Agnes De Mille; I Shall Vote for Eisenhower, by Robert Cutler; Why the Democrats should win, by Gerald W. Johnson; The Burning of the Waters (story) by James Still; Children of Light (poem) by Robert Huff; A Growth of Moderation, by Sumner H. Slichter; Country Auction (poem) by George F. Dell; Too Much Man (story) by Wolf Mankowitz; The Pendulum of Taste, by John Carter; The Long Night, by Lowell D. Blanton; Person-to-Person, by Leland Hazard; Courtesy on Wheels, by Mary Ellen Chase; The Shakespeare Boom?, by Alfred Harbage; Wolf Mankowitz, by John Metcalf; The Arab World - A Culture in Tradition - essays, stories, and verse by writers in the Arab World - a 72 page feature. Nice colour ad for Dewar's "White Label" and Ancestor scotch whisky inside front cover; Colour ad for I.W. Harper Kentucky Straight Bourbon inside back cover. Colour photo ad for Grace Line Caribbean Cruises on back cover. Nice colour full-page ad by the European Travel Commission on page 20. Average wear. Binding sound. Unmarked. A quality copy.