Letters, Mar. 8, 1948

Painful Confession

Sir:

For the last month I have been traveling in the U.S.A. on a lecture tour, and, since America insists upon keeping her cities so far apart, I have had ample time on the trains to read. ... I soon found that TIME was not only becoming a habit but a necessity.

Your life stories of Gandhi and Benjamin Britten were masterpieces of observation, accuracy and coherency.

Better than that, they were well written. Whether you like the implied rebuke or not, your magazine is much better than it used to be.

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