Invisible Man, by Ralph Ellison. A rousingly good first novel about the coming of age of a Negro boy (TIME, April 14).
The Second Face, by Marcel Aymé.One of the best of Gallic ironists tells what happens when a solemn, rather dutiful Frenchman gets a handsome new face.
Rotting Hill, by Wyndham Lewis. Nine corrosive stories about mid-century Britain (TIME, April 14).
Rome and a Villa, by Eleanor Clark. A more than skin-deep collection of sights, sounds and impressions by an American traveler (TIME, April 14).
The Struggle for Europe, by Chester Wilmot. An exceptionally well...