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Wilfrid Sheed • 178 Items / 18 Books, 127 Articles, 33 Reviews
People Will Always Be Kind (1973)
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Published Reviews
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    The Monk as Criminal (Review)
    People Will Always Be Kind, by Wilfrid Sheed
    1. People Will Always Be Kind by Wilfrid Sheed
    Commonweal, July 27, 1973, p. 412
  2. Books
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    Closet Christian (Review)
    People Will Always Be Kind, by Wilfrid Sheed
    1. People Will Always Be Kind by Wilfrid Sheed
    National Review, June 8, 1973, pp. 639-640
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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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    Surprise, Surprise (3 Reviews)
    The World of Apples, by John Cheever
    1. The World of Apples by John Cheever
    2. People Will Always Be Kind by Wilfrid Sheed
    3. Points for a Compass Rose by Evan S. Connell, Jr.
    The New York Review of Books, May 17, 1973, pp. 35-36
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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 (7 Reviews)
    Criminal Sentences: Law Without Order, by Marvin E. Frankel
    1. Criminal Sentences: Law Without Order by Marvin E. Frankel
    2. The American Heroin Empire by Richard Kunnes
    3. People Will Always Be Kind by Wilfrid Sheed
    4. Life in the Iron Mills, and Other Stories by Rebecca Harding Davis and Tillie Olsen
    5. Runaway Horses by Yukio Mishima
    6. Macaulay: The Shaping of the Historian by John Clive
    7. A Track to the Water's Edge by Howard Thurman and Olive Schreiner
    The New Republic, May 5, 1973, pp. 31-33