Books: RECENT & READABLE, Mar. 12, 1951

The Broken Root, by Arturo Barea. A novelized report on Franco Spain by a Spaniard who chooses to live in England (TIME, March 5).

Sink 'Em All, by Charles A. Lockwood; Battle Submerged, by Harley Cope and Walter Karig. The coming of age of the U.S. submarine service; dramatic stories of the subs in World War II (TIME, March 5).

From Here to Eternity, by James Jones. Man's inhumanity to man in the prewar Army; a long, loud, four-lettered blast by an angry first novelist (TIME, Feb. 26).

Florence Nightingale, by Cecil Wood-ham-Smith. Incandescent humanitarian-ism—and...

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