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"When I finish a book," said Pulitzer Prizewinning Novelist Robert Penn (All the King's Men) Warren, "I feel as I imagine a parachute jumper must feel when he first bails out. He doesn't know for sure that the damned thing is going to open." Did he land safely with his newly published World Enough-and Time? "Yes . . . You always think the last book best."

The war in Korea reminded Princeton University officials that Korea's President Dr. Syngman Rhee has earned his doctorate there 40 years ago by submitting a thesis entitled: "Neutrality...

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