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Vincent Crapanzano • 11 Items / 3 Books, 3 Articles, 5 Reviews
The Fifth World of Forster Bennett (1972)
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Published Reviews
  1. Books
    Indian Summer (4 Reviews)
    The Fifth World of Forster Bennett, by Vincent Crapanzano
    1. The Fifth World of Forster Bennett by Vincent Crapanzano
    2. The Last Captive by A.C. Greene
    3. Conversations with Frank Waters by John R. Milton and Frank Waters
    4. Seven Arrows by Hyemeyohsts Storm
    The Saturday Review, July 1, 1972, pp. 50-51
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    Short Reviews (5 Reviews)
    A Bill of No Rights, by Herman Badillo and Milton Haynes
    1. A Bill of No Rights by Herman Badillo and Milton Haynes
    2. The Fifth World of Forster Bennett by Vincent Crapanzano
    3. Red Square at Noon by Natalia Gorbanevskaia
    4. Roosevelt, New Jersey by Edwin Rosskam
    5. Dawn and the Darkest Hour by George Woodcock
    The New York Review of Books, June 15, 1972, p. 35
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    Short Reviews: Books (12 Reviews)
    The Nixons, by Edwin P. Hoyt
    1. The Nixons by Edwin P. Hoyt
    2. The Levanter by Eric Ambler
    3. Meditations on Hunting by Jose Ortega y Gasset
    4. Enemies: A Love Story by Isaac Bashevis Singer
    5. Of Mosquitoes, Moths, and Mice by C. Brooke Worth
    6. Police in Trouble by James F. Ahern
    7. Coco Chanel by Marcel Haedrich
    8. The Fifth World of Forster Bennett by Vincent Crapanzano
    9. Lillian Hellman, Playwright by Richard Moody
    10. Gustav Klimt by Werner Hofmann
    11. Shaft Among the Jews by Ernest Tidyman
    12. Private Faces/Public Places by Abigail McCarthy
    The Atlantic Monthly, July 1972, pp. 96-102
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    Political Book Notes (13 Reviews)
    Afternoon on the Potomac?, by Roy Jenkins
    1. Afternoon on the Potomac? by Roy Jenkins
    2. Concentration Camps USA by Roger Daniels
    3. The Death of the Army by Edward L. King
    4. The Drug Hang-up by Rufus King
    5. The Education of Edward Kennedy by Burton Hersh
    6. The Fifth World of Forster Bennett by Vincent Crapanzano
    7. The Great Drug Deception by Ralph Adam Fine
    8. In Defense of Earth by Lynton K. Caldwell
    9. The Papers and the Papers by Sanford J. Ungar
    10. The Party of Eros by Richard King
    11. Paternalistic Capitalism by Andreas G. Papandreou
    12. Things To Come by Herman Kahn and Barry Bruce-Briggs
    13. What Makes Spiro Run? by Joseph Albright
    The Washington Monthly, May 1972, pp. 61-66