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Marston Bates Archives
Marston Bates • 34 Items / 13 Books, 6 Articles, 15 Reviews
The Forest and the Sea (1960)
A Look at the Economy of Nature and the Ecology of Man
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    The Web of Nature (Review)
    The Forest and the Sea, by Marston Bates
    1. The Forest and the Sea by Marston Bates
    National Review, April 23, 1960, p. 270
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    The New Books (9 Reviews)
    Varieties of Commitment
    1. Name and Address: An Autobiography by T.S. Matthews
    2. Lament for a Generation by Ralph de Toledano
    3. The Edge of Day by Laurie Lee
    4. Streetwalker by Anonymous
    5. The Dinner Party by Claude Mauriac
    6. Aimez-Vous Brahms? by Francoise Sagan
    7. The Violent Bear It Away by Flannery O'Connor
    8. From the Hand of the Hunter by John Braine
    9. The Forest and the Sea by Marston Bates
    The Harpers Monthly, April 1960, pp. 108-114
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    Brief Comments (19 Reviews)
    A Nation Reborn, by R.H.S. Crossman
    1. A Nation Reborn by R.H.S. Crossman
    2. The Hundred Flowers Campaign and the Chinese Intellectuals by Roderick MacFarquhar
    3. Neither War Nor Peace by Hugh Seton-Watson
    4. Giant Among Nations by Peter B. Kenen
    5. Political Satire in the American Revolution, 1763-1783 by Bruce Ingham Granger
    6. The Jefferson Image in the American Mind by Merrill D. Peterson
    7. Letters of Francis Parkman by Wilbur R. Jacobs and Francis Parkman
    8. Felix Frankfurter: Scholar on the Bench by Helen Shirley Thomas
    9. Social Control in a Free Society by Robert E. Spiller
    10. Philosophy Today by Jose Ferrater Mora
    11. Education for Privacy by Marten ten Hoor
    12. The Firmament of Time by Loren Eiseley
    13. The Forest and the Sea by Marston Bates
    14. The Other Side of the Moon by J.B. Sykes
    15. The Edge of Objectivity by Charles Coulston Gillispie
    16. The Mute Stones Speak by Paul L. MacKendrick
    17. Printing in London from 1476 to Modern Times by P.M. Handover
    18. The Novel and the Modern World by David Daiches
    19. Colette by Elaine Marks
    The American Scholar, Winter 1961, pp. 126-142