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125 Moskowitz, Sam. EXPLORERS OF THE INFINITE: SHAPERS OF SCIENCE FICTION. Cleveland: World Publishing Co., I963. A Meridian Book, M 202. $1.95. Raleigh, John Henry. TIME, PLACE, AND IDEA: ESSAYS ON THE NOVEL. Carbondale: Southern Illinois U P, I968. $4.95. READING FOR UNDERSTANDING; Ed by Caroline Shrodes, Justine Van Gundy, Joel Dorius. NY: Macmlllan, I968. [With Instructor's Manual.] Rizal, José. THE LOST EDEN. Trans by León Ma. Guerrero and Foreword by James A. Michener. NY: W. W. Norton, I968. The Norton Library, N 222. $2.45. Rizal, José. THE SUBVERSIVE. Trans by León Ma. Guerrero. NY: W. W. Norton, I968. The Norton Library, N 449. $1.95. Spring, Gerald M. MAN'S INVINCIBLE SURMISE: A PERSONAL INTERPRETATION OF BOVARYSM AS AN APFROACH TO SOCIOLOGY IN OUR TIME. NY: Philosophical Library, I968. $4.50. Tanner, Tony. CONRAD: LORD JIM. Woodbury, NY: Barron's Educational Series, I963. Studies in English Literature No 12. $0.85. THE THEORY OF THE NOVEL. Ed by Philip Stevick. NY: The Free P, I967. 38 SHORT STORIES: AN INTRODUCTORY ANTHOLOGY. Ed by Michael Timko and Clinton F. Oliver. NY: Alfred A. Knopf, I968. $4.75. Thomson, George H. THE FICTION OF E. M. FÖRSTER. Detroit: Wayne State U P, I967. $9.95. Turgenev, Ivan. FIRST LOVE AND OTHER TALES. NY: W. W. Norton, 1968. The Norton Library, N 444. $1.85. THE YEAR'S WORK IN ENGLISH STUDIES. Ed by T. S. Dorsch and C. G. Harlow. NY: Humanities P, I968. $7.50. DR. JOHN D. GORDAN November 11, I907 - March 10, I968 Author of a fine book on Joseph Conrad, organizer of some thirtyfive exhibitions of materials in the Berg Collection of the New York Public Library, compiler of the superb catalogues for these exhibitions, and since 1939 the brilliant Chief of the Berg Collection , John D. Gordan died on March 10, I968, of a heart attack. His last contribution to the world of scholarship was the catalogue for an outstanding exhibition, "Arnold Bennett: the Centenary of his Birth." Perhaps his greatest contributions were the unsigned ones, those he made as silent partner in nearly every book, edited or written by others, that made use of Berg materials. His personal signature will remain deeply etched on the Berg Collection. ...

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ISSN
1559-2715
Print ISSN
0013-8339
Pages
p. 125
Launched on MUSE
2010-05-21
Open Access
No
Archive Status
Will Be Archived 2021
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