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The Idiot

Modern Russian novels are rather like intricate tapestries: each position has effect and meaning only when one considers the development

The Advocate

A cleverly-drawn gentleman relaxes and toys with a jack-in-the-box on the cover of the April Advocate. Perhaps his lethargy indicates

The Little Fugitive

That curious anomaly, the low budget movie, has added a hero to its ranks. Starring a little boy whose previous

Titfield Thunderbolt

When Tight Little Island set audiences chuckling here and abroad, British film producer sealized that the antics of provincial communities

The Advocate

Though novel in design, the dismembered Pegasus on the cover of this month's Advocate is not fully appropriate to the

The Beggar's Opera

Unlike its Italian counterparts, The Beggar's Opera thrives on provincialism rather than pomp. British poet John Gay first wrote the

Read Draws Crowd to Norton Lecture

"Throughout time, art has remained a means for man's survival," declared Sir Herbert Read last night in the first of

The Pennywhistle Blues

After the recent surge of star-filled African travelogues, The Pennywhistle Blues is pleasant entertainment indeed. Keeping the camera on actual

Labor Expert Herzog Joins Littauer Staff

Bringing extensive experience in the field of labor relations to Harvard, Paul M. Herzog has joined the Littauer School of

Ambulatory Philologist

About a month ago a small green love-bird departed from its cage in a Prescott Street apartment and set our

Adenauer Visits College To Complete U.S. Tour

German High Commissioner James B. Conant '14 escorted Konrad Adenauer in the West German Chancellor's four-hour visit to the University

Getting the Inside Dope

For the rushed businessman shuttling between his office and his television set, U.S. News and World Report is an indispensable

The Graduate's Plight

A Harvard grad's life is a frustrating plight. By his pre-College friends he can never do right. If his greeting

A Little Glimpse

David M. Little opened the limousine door at the gate of Logan Airport that balmy commencement morning. Secretary of State

Gold Coasting

After a year of filming and two weeks of advertising, Ivy Films has premiered Gold Coasting. Although the movie lacks