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The Pleasures of Reading
Intellectual stimulus, philosophical fortification and wholesome distraction will be found in a collection of three books, superficially diverse but...
The Pleasures of Reading
Advice direct from hell. Human-relation pointers given by Screwtape, a senior devil, to a favored nephew operating on earth are amusingly set forth...
The Pleasures of Reading
One of the minor characters in The Razor's Edge, W. Somerset Maugham's new book (Doubleday Doran, 2.75), will seem real to A.A.s. The shy, poetically...
The Pleasures of Reading (by Charlie P.)
Mystery stories may be an alcoholic form of escape, but at least, they're a pretty harmless form, and the blood flows between book jackets instead of...
The Pleasures of Reading
Clinical data on alcoholism is growing in volume--a sure indication that the disease as a social problem is recognized and remedy is being sought....
The Pleasures of Reading
Alcoholics and non-alcoholics alike would profit by a careful reading of Alcohol: One Man's Meat, by Edward A. Strecker, A.M., M.D., and Francis T....
The Pleasures of Reading (by Grace O.'s 18-year-old daughter)
So much that is unnecessarily redundant and uselessly axiomatic has been published in the broad field of psychological analysis in the last years,...
Charles Jackson Speaks at Hartford A. A. (by Marion May R.)
When Charles Jackson, author of the A.A.'s favorite best-seller, The Lost Week-End, consented to speak at the Hartford group's November open meeting...
The Pleasures of Playgoing (by Frank A.)
I have no doubt that when Frank Fay brings "Harvey" so ceremoniously through the door in the first act of Mary Chase's gentle and amusing play most...
Second Thoughts. . . (by Dave R.)
From the critics I had the impression that Elwood P. Dowd was an alcoholic, and that Harvey, who stands six feet one-and-a-half inches (with his ears...