Conjugal Love, by Alberto Moravia. A novel of the ecstasies and cruelties of married love; Moravia's best yet (TIME, March 26).
Darkness and Day, by Ivy Compton-Burnett. Further astonishing dilemmas of some of Compton-Burnett's genteel English characters; contrived mainly to let the characters gossip unconventionally about life, death and each other (TIME, March 26).
Suleiman the Magnificent, by Harold Lamb. A highly readable reconstruction of the great sultan's life; by a popular historian who thinks the West has usually rated Suleiman too low (TIME, March 26).
Festival, by J. B. Priestley. Highly topical hijinks about...