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Srnethwick Hit The Headlines And Became The Centre Of Race

hatred in Britain at the general election last October, proving that the United States is not alone with its racial problems in the West. Here GEOFFREY ASHE examines two books......

More From Sir Compton

IF BOOKS FULL of bile, bad language and bitterness are what the public really want today, this latest instalment of Sir Compton Mackenzie's autobiography is going to be a very......

Cecil Beaton's The Years Between: Diaries, 1939-44 Is An...

document, not only as a chronicle of the war years, but as a daily record of an Intelligent and acutely visual personality (Weidenfeld & NIcalson, 36s.). In It he describes......

Mannix-a Towering Figure

F ORTYFIVE years ago Daniel Mannix, Archbishop of Melbourne, was an international figure. As his biographer reminds us: Had there been any doubt before, Lloyd George had......

Portrait Of Dame Laura

D AME Laura Knight's The Magic of a Line (Kimber, 63s.) is one of the most interesting and rewarding autobiographies to appear for many months. She is an artist, not a writer,......

Ian James On Tv.radio

j SUPPOSE (said the editor I nearly three weeks ago) that when you go on holiday you will not look at a television set. Apart from the cricket (I ;Assured him) I won't watch a......

Freda Bruce Lockhart On Films

C OLOUR is today commonplace %." in the cinema. In the Englishspeaking cinema, fewer and fewer films of any serious pretension are made in black and white. Yet, a stubborn core......