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David Daiches • 107 Items / 27 Books, 20 Articles, 60 Reviews
Two Worlds: An Edinburgh Jewish Childhood (1956)
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    Orthodoxy in Scotland (Review)
    Two Worlds: An Edinburgh Jewish Childhood, by David Daiches
    1. Two Worlds: An Edinburgh Jewish Childhood by David Daiches
    The Nation, April 28, 1956, p. 368
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    Rabbi's Boy in Edinburgh (Review)
    Two Worlds: An Edinburgh Jewish Childhood, by David Daiches
    1. Two Worlds: An Edinburgh Jewish Childhood by David Daiches
    The Saturday Review, March 24, 1956, p. 19
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    Briefly Noted (7 Reviews)
    General
    1. The Gentleman and the Tiger by Harold C. Syrett and George B. McClellan, Jr., ...
    2. Elephants and Ivory by John Alfred Jordan and John Prebble
    3. Voyage to the Amorous Islands by Newton A. Rowe
    4. A Rose for Winter by Laurie Lee
    5. Living Like a Lord by John Godley, Lord Kilbracken
    6. Two Worlds: An Edinburgh Jewish Childhood by David Daiches
    7. The Gandhi Reader by Homer A. Jack and Mahatma Gandhi
    The New Yorker, March 24, 1956, pp. 148-150
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    The New Books (11 Reviews)
    Political Rhetoric, the Decision-Makers, and Some Innocents Abroad
    1. Affairs of State: The Eisenhower Years by Richard H. Rovere
    2. The Revolt of the Moderates by Samuel Lubell
    3. The Power Elite by C. Wright Mills
    4. The Quiet American by Graham Greene
    5. Some Inner Fury by Kamala Markandaya
    6. A Perfect Woman by L.P. Hartley
    7. Lucy Crown by Irwin Shaw
    8. Toscanini: An Intimate Portrait by Samuel Chotzinoff
    9. Helen Keller: Sketch for a Portrait by Van Wyck Brooks
    10. Living Like a Lord by John Godley, Lord Kilbracken
    11. Two Worlds: An Edinburgh Jewish Childhood by David Daiches
    The Harpers Monthly, April 1956, pp. 82-96