I have been a TIME reader for all of my adult life, yet never have I experienced from it as keen a pleasure as on reading "Man's Quest" in the July 18 issue. M. Malraux's biography and philosophy, and TIME'S presentation of both, are deserving of the highest praise.
ROBERT B. KESSLER
. . . Whether by divine power or electrical cosmos, man operates in a highly limited field. He can neither fashion the future nor alter the past. His only power lies in the immediate present, and...