Concluding, by Henry Green. Goings-on at a girls' school in England; examined with grace and wit by one of England's most talented novelists (TIME, Jan. 1).
Family Reunion, by Ogden Nash. A choice helping from Nash's whole output of shrewd, zany verse on the domestic trials and joys of white-collar citizens (TIME, Jan. 1).
The Thirteen Clocks, by James Thurber. A thoroughly satisfying fairy tale in which the prince and the princess out-maneuver the wicked Duke to an accompaniment of gleeps, glups, guggles and, possibly, inner meanings (TIME, Dec. 25).
The Telegraph, by Stendhal....