Dominations and Powers, by George Santayana. Gracefully written skepticism by one of the moral gadflies of the 20th Century; the last volume Philosopher Santayana expects to publish in his lifetime (TIME, May 7).
Nones, by W. H. Auden. Eighty-one pages of assertions, most of them witty, by a major modern poet turned devout (TIME, April 30).
Hangsaman, by Shirley Jackson. _ An eerie story of a young girl's descent into schizophrenia (TIME, April 23).
The Miraculous Barber, by Marcel Ayme. A dry and mocking satire of French life on the eve of World War II by one of the best contemporary French novelists (TIME,...