Books: Third Generation

GRANDSONS — Louis Adamic — Harper ($2.50).

One trouble with educating U. S. immigrants is that after they learn the language some of them begin to think in it. Some even take to writing. And their foster-tongued thoughts are not always flattering to U. S. complacence. Immigrant Louis Adamic, from the Austrian province of Carniola (now part of Yugoslavia), still writes English with a slight accent but he thinks U. S. thoughts with disturbing clarity. How the U. S. looks to foreigners who are trying to become patriated is the subject of his latest...

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