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67. THE 7 LIVELY ARTS. By Gilbert
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68. THE WHITE PAPER.An anonymous
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69. A REBEL WAR CLERK'S DIARY. By
John B. Jones, Edited by Earl Schenck
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73. HENRY JAMES: The Creative Pro-
cess. By Harold T. McCarthy. A clear,
concise synthesis of James' evolving con-
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74. THE DICTIONARY OF PHILOSO-
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Under Collective Bargaining. Edited by
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76. TEN OPERATIC MASTERPIECES.
Fabulous opera-lovers' companion! A
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which is rarely equaled in modern print-
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78. CEZANNE DRAWINGS. Text by
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representing every aspect of Cezan-
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landscapes, show the artist's struggle
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94. GULLIVER'S TRAVELS. By Jonathan
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96. EXPLORATIONS IN PSYCHOAN-
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98. JESTING APOSTLE: The Private Life
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99. LES SCULPTURES DE PICASSO. By
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102. THE FUTURE OF SCIENCE. By
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103. CONCISE WORLD HISTORY. By
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104. INTRODUCTION TO MOUNTAIN.
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and a "sense of the enormous satisfac-
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106. DUTCH STILL-LIFE PAINTING. By
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107. ADAM'S RIB. By Robert Groves.
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108. THE HOME LETTERS OF T. E
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Winston Churchill. Pub, at $12.50. $4.98
109. German Political Philosophies: THE
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the 20th century. Hegel, Kant, Fichte,
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110. THE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLE
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111. THE USE OF HYPNOSIS IN PSY-
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environmental abnormalties and sexual
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113. CONCISE DICTIONARY OF SCI-
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scientist. Pub. at $10.00. $4.98
114. THE HISTORY OF THE HAY-
MARKET AFFAIR. By Henry David.
The definitive work on the explosion
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1886 which created an event in the
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115. THACKERAY: THE USES OF AD-
VERSITY 1811-1846. By Gordon N. Ray.
The story of the personal struggle and
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116. THE SECRET DESTINY OF AMER-
ICA. By Manly Palmer Hall. The rise
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8. MAGICK: THEORY AND PRACTICE.
By Aleister Crowley. A complete and
faithful reproduction of the original work
which was printed in Paris in a limited
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Crowley's major work on the subject.
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THOUGHT. By J .M. Robertson. The his-
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soldiers and citizens of Atlanta resisted
the siege of the armies of the North
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out. Pub. at $6.95. $3.98
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70. THE HISTORY OF MATHEMAT-
ICS. By Joseph E. Hormann. A prac-
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ics and mathematical formulae from
the number of systems and methods of
the ancients, through the Middle Ages,
to the formation of modern concepts.
Indexed. Pub. at $4.75. $1.98

71. JAPANESE GARDENS. By Jiro Har-

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