Art: Hopeful Twilight

The first half-century of Andre Malraux's life has been a full one. A frail little Parisian with bulging eyes and fluttering hands, he has divided his energies between art, Marxism, revolution, literature, archeology, exploration and war, is now chief political adviser to General Charles de Gaulle. Among Malraux's writings are two first-rate novels (Man's Fate, Man's Hope) and an equally fine study of art history. Splendidly illustrated translations of the first two volumes of his Psychology of Art were published in the U.S. in 1949. Last week came Volume 3, The Twilight...

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