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Barbara Villet • 1 Book
Blood River (1982)
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Published Reviews
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    Commendables (Review)
    In Praise of Confusion
    1. Blood River by Barbara Villet
    Chronicles, November 1982, p. 36
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    History (Review)
    Blood River, by Barbara Villet
    1. Blood River by Barbara Villet
    The Wilson Quarterly, Autumn 1983, p. 130
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    Recent Books on International Relations (9 Reviews)
    1. The White Tribe of Africa by David Harrison
    2. Blood River by Barbara Villet
    3. South Africa: Public Policy Perspectives by Robert Schrire
    4. Tom Mboya by David Goldsworthy
    5. Tanzania: A Political Economy by Andrew Coulson
    6. Zimbabwe's Inheritance by Colin Stoneman
    7. Communist Powers and Sub-Saharan Africa by Thomas H. Henriksen
    8. Africa and the International Political System by Timothy M. Shaw and Sola Oja
    9. The Indigenization of African Economies by Adebayo Adedeji
    Foreign Affairs, Fall 1982, pp. 238-240
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    Short Reviews (10 Reviews)
    Mickelsson's Ghosts, by John Gardner
    1. Mickelsson's Ghosts by John Gardner
    2. On Going to Bed by Anthony Burgess
    3. In Praise of Practical Fertilizer by John Baskin
    4. Something Like an Autobiography by Akira Kurosawa
    5. Ugly Girl by Barbara Rex
    6. Me Again by Stevie Smith, Jack Barbera, and William McBrien
    7. Blood River by Barbara Villet
    8. Man Who Was Vogue by Caroline Seebohm
    9. Twice Shy by Dick Francis
    10. The Rise and Fall of Diamonds by Edward Jay Epstein
    The Atlantic Monthly, July 1982, pp. 94-99