Letters, Aug. 1, 1955

Man's Quest

Sir:

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

Philadelphia Sir:

. . . 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...

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