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International Review. Year XXVIII. No. 284-285-286. Aphorisms From a Bookman's Notebook, P.A. Spalding. Prefatory Note, Lord David Cecil. Epilogue, Natalie Clifford Barney. Eternal Art, Fred Uhlman. 1960.

(21 x 16 cm). pp. 176. Original printed wrappers with black and white photograph of Leonid Pasternik's painting of King Lear to upper cover and advertisements to lower cover. Toned at edges, spine rubbed in places, else good.

Contributors to this issue: Romain Rolland (Journal inédit); Lord David Cecil (The novelist's problem); André Maurois (The greatest); Alberto Moravia (Rimbaud-Tolstoy); Emile Henriot (Tolstoy or Dostoyevsky); John dos Passos (On re-reading Tolstoy); Sir Herbert Read (Tolstoy's Theory of Art); Leonid Pasternak (Working with Tolstoy); Victor Lebrun (Souvenirs de son secrétaire et ami); N.N.Gusev (Tolstoy the man); Riccardo Bacchelli (The sincere penitent); Salvado de Madariaga (The Message of Tolstoy); Raja Rao (Reflections on Tolstoy); Jainendra Kumar (The vocation of love); Janko Lavrin (Tolstoy and Gandhi); Mahatma Ghandi (Letter to Tolstoy); Storm Jameson (A sense of proportion); L.P. Hartley (The unwilling master); Iris Murdoch (Negative Capability). ADAM was a literary review founded in Bucharest in 1929 and published in London between 1941 and 1995. Its title is an acronym for Art, Drama, Architecture and Music. From 1936 until his death in 1995 the periodical was edited by Miron Grindea who received an MBE and OBE for his work with the publication. ADAM had many illustrious contributors with articles by Sir Winston Churchill, T.S. Eliot, Pablo Neruda, Benjamin Britten and W.H. Auden appearing over the years as well as illustrations by Jean Cocteau, Pablo Picasso and Evelyn Waugh.

Price £ 25.00
Stock Code F44247
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