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Arthur Koestler Archives
Arthur Koestler • 80 Items / 31 Books, 43 Articles, 3 Reviews
The Call-Girls (1973)
A Tragi-Comedy
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Published Reviews
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    Briefly Noted (3 Reviews)
    Fiction
    1. People Will Always Be Kind by Wilfrid Sheed
    2. The Call-Girls by Arthur Koestler
    3. A Well-Told Lie by Christina Hobhouse
    The New Yorker, April 21, 1973, p. 133
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    Shorter Reviews (3 Reviews)
    The Control of Urban Schools, by Joseph M. Cronin
    1. The Control of Urban Schools by Joseph M. Cronin
    2. The Call-Girls by Arthur Koestler
    3. Looking Back by Joyce Maynard
    The Saturday Review, April 14, 1973, pp. 88-89
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    The Peripatetic Reviewer (4 Reviews)
    The Call-Girls, by Arthur Koestler
    1. The Call-Girls by Arthur Koestler
    2. The Life and Death of Adolf Hitler by Robert Payne
    3. People Will Always Be Kind by Wilfrid Sheed
    4. Trolley to the Moon by Eric Hodgins
    The Atlantic Monthly, May 1973, pp. 116-121
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    In Brief (6 Reviews)
    Dorothy Thompson: A Legend in Her Time, by Marion K. Sanders
    1. Dorothy Thompson: A Legend in Her Time by Marion K. Sanders
    2. If I Die in a Combat Zone by Tim O'Brien
    3. Drew Pearson: An Unauthorized Biography by Oliver Pilat
    4. Part of the Solution by Margaret Randall
    5. The Call-Girls by Arthur Koestler
    6. The Rape of the Taxpayer by Philip M. Stern
    The New Republic, May 12, 1973, pp. 30-31