Foreign News: Reraked Words

MUSSOLINI—Edited by Parong du Son Severino—Dutton ($3.50). Baron di San Severino has, according to his preface, selected, translated! and edited the speeches of Benito Mussolini, as delivered between November, 1914, and August, 1923. The impression that the reader will receive is of a man whose salient characteristics are domination, simplicity, directness, courage. The speeches, per se, are not of general interest, but for anyone interested! in Mussolini, they are decidedly worth reading. Baron di San Severino has done an excellent piece of work, but he has not done it impartially.


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