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Victoria Lincoln • 25 Items / 10 Books, 13 Articles, 1 Review, 1 Poem
A Private Disgrace (1967)
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    Books (5 Reviews)
    Potpourri
    1. A Private Disgrace by Victoria Lincoln
    2. On the Royal Highways of the Inca by Heinrich Ubbelohde-Doering
    3. Sixty Poems of Martial in Translation by Dudley Fitts and Martial
    4. Too Strong for Fantasy by Marcia Davenport
    5. A Muezzin from the Tower of Darkness Cries by R.P. Lister
    The Atlantic Monthly, November 1967, pp. 142-144
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    Briefly Noted (6 Reviews)
    General
    1. Post-War Years, 1945-1954 by Ilya Ehrenburg
    2. A Private Disgrace by Victoria Lincoln
    3. My Own River Kwai by Pierre Boulle
    4. The Republican Establishment by Stephen Hess and David S. Broder
    5. The Sea Turtle: So Excellent a Fishe by Archie Carr
    6. The Courtesans by Joanna Richardson
    The New Yorker, November 25, 1967, pp. 244-246
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    Books in Brief (14 Reviews)
    Caught in that Music, by Seymour Epstein
    1. Caught in that Music by Seymour Epstein
    2. A Horse's Head by Evan Hunter
    3. No Place for an Angel by Elizabeth Spencer
    4. A Private Disgrace by Victoria Lincoln
    5. My Own River Kwai by Pierre Boulle
    6. The Collected Drawings of Aubrey Beardsley by Bruce S. Harris and Aubrey Beardsley
    7. Portal to America by Allon Schoener
    8. The Revealing Eye by Nickolas Muray and Paul Gallico
    9. Great Gardens of Britain by Peter Coats
    10. The Shorebirds of North America by Gardner D. Stout and Peter Matthiessen
    11. Touchdown! by George Sullivan
    12. A Christmas Story by Katherine Anne Porter
    13. The Story of Silent Night by Paul Gallico
    14. Santa Go Home: A Case History for Parents by Ogden Nash
    The Harpers Monthly, December 1967, pp. 123-125