Books: Mixed Fiction, Jun. 6, 1960

A CHANGE OF MIND, by G. M. Glaskin (232 pp.; Doubleday; $3.95), carries the novel of escape to the point of no return. What, asks Australian Novelist Glaskin, is the fix of a fellow who finds that his mind has entered the body of another man? The answers are provided by a pair of hapless friends who have been dabbling in hypnotism and find themselves the bewildered guinea pigs in a case of "inter-transmigration."

Envy is the true villain of the piece. Edward Henderson is a middle aged, mild little accountant who envies his fishing...

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