Foreign News: Zeitgeist

LEVIATHAN—William Bolitho—Harp—ers ($2.00). The author has chosen the word Leviathan, meaning something formidably large, as title of a number of essays interpreting "our age"—or what the Germans call Zeitgeist. Mr. Bolitho says the saxophone is our Zeitgeist. He describes the curious cruelty of the English in Mme. Tussaud's Chamber of Horrors—the place where the effigies of famed murders are exhibited before the crime, in the act of the crime, after the crime, at the point of execution, etc. He tells of the great past, moving forward in the same 'dignified way to meet the...

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