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AA, the: its handbook , 338 (CI)

Abdication of King Edward Fill, The, Lord Beaverbrook. fed.)

A. J. P. Taylor, 504 (RI Abortion: attitudes to, 626 (M), 727, 758, 788 (L); David Steel's abortion law reform Bill, 783 (S)

About the House. W. H. Auden. 141 (R) Abrahams. William, and Peter Stansky, Journey to the Frontier,

572 (R)

Academy Goes to War, An, 490 (A) Accents of Persuasion, The, Robert Bernard Martin, 671 (R) Achebe. Chinua, .4 Man of the People, 113 (R) .4ehieventent of William Faulkner, The, Michael Millgate, 298 (R) Act Without 'Words (St. Martin's), 75 (AA) Aczel, Tamas, The Ice Age, 50 (R) Adams, Phoebe-Lou, A Rough Map of Greece, 204 (R) Addison and the Spectator, 76 (R) Adenauer, Konrad, Memoirs 1945-1953 (trans. Beate Ruhm son

Oppen), 460 (A)

Adventures in Space, 557 (P) Adventures in the Skin Trade (Hampstead Theatre Club), 327 (AA)

ADVERTISING misleading consumer advertising, 147 (CI); surreptitious commercial 'plugs' in broadcasts, 675 (CI) Advice, good, 87 (AF)

Aerodrome, The, Rex Warner, 796 (R) Affaire Ben Barka, L', 132 (A) Afghanistan: Cockpit in High Asia, Peter King, 605 (R)

Afghan War, the First, 366 (R)

Africa: Black Africa-What !Vent Wrong?, 250 (A); the 'African

syndrome', 265 (R)

Africa: A Handbook, (ed.) Colin Legum, 265 (R) African Powder Keg, Ronald Matthews, 265 (R) African Tightrope, Major-Gen. H. T. Alexander, 265 (R) Africa's Golden Road, Kwesi Armah, 266 (R) After Their Blood, Leslie Pine, 415 (A) Afterthought, 23, 54, 87, 119, 148, 179, 207, 238, 256. 288, 324, 358,

401. 431, 494, 522, 564, 596, 627, 660, 690, 722, 756, 787 (AF)

Against Nature, 754 (M) .4gainst the World, Douglas Brown, 766 (R)

Aircraft industry: BAC's exports, 191 (S); plans for merger of Rolls-Royce and Bristol Aeroplane, 736 (E) Air power, 764 (R) AIR TRAVEL AND AVIATION a Junkers 52 lost in China, 270 (A), 360 (L); German Starfighter crashes, 354 (A); BEA's inefficiency and inconsiderateness to passengers, 688 (S), 724 (L) Albania: 605 (R): the Corfu Channel incidents, 640 (R)

Albert Hall Recitation, 732 (P)

Aldeburgh Festival: the SPECTATOR'S music critic barred, 753(S) Aldington, Richard, 264 (R)

Aldiss, Brian, The Canopy of Time, 504 (R) Alexander, Major-Gen. H. T., African Tightrope, 265 (R) Alfie, 405 (AA) .4liquid A'ori, 36 (A) All About Lore, 762 (AA) All Are Guilty, 490 (A) All the Way to the Unthinkables, 686 (A) Alperovitz, Gar, Atomic Diplomacy: Hiroshima and Potsdam, 408


.4lpharille, 362 (AA) A he, Der, 460 (A) 4 Lame Spento and other early poems, Ezra Pound, 113 (R)

'Ambiance' and 'ambient, 359 (L)

American Dream, An, 354 (A) .4merican Scenes, Charles Tomlinson, 638 (R) Americans, The : The National Experience, Daniel J. Boorstin,

374 (R)

Amis, Kingsley The Anti-Death League, 334 (RI Ancient Arts of Central Asia, Tamara Talbot Rice, 474 (R) Ancient Enemy, An, Pierre Moinot, 765 (RI Ancient Iran, E Porada, 474 (R) 'And now, an Election Broadcast . 349 (A) Anecdotes: 'stolen' and retold r others. 660 (AF) Anglo-American relations.: sl (S) Anglo-French Attitudes, 683 (LA)

Animals: hotels that welcome pets, 479 (CI); a raven as a pet, 800 (A) Annesley, David: exhibition, 438 (AA)

Another Look at Mao, 319 (A) Another (Fasted Year?, 155 (LA)

Anti-Apartheid Movement, the: an appeal, 566, 599 (L)

Anti-Death League. The. Kingsley Amis, 334 (R) Apes of God, The, Wyndham Lewis, 640 (R) Apology for Politicians, An, 456 (PC)

Archaeology, 411 (RI

Archbilln, Roberts, S.J.: His Life and W •s, David Abner Hum, 332 (R)

(A) ARIICTE (AM ARTS AND AMUSEMENTS (AF) AFTERTHOUGHT (C) CHESS (CI) CONSUMING INTEREST (E) THE ECONOMY AND THE CITY ( L) LITTER ARCHnECTURE 'townscape', 109 (AA); a new development in housing at Harlow, 293 (AA); skyscraper office buildings, 468 (AA); building offices-and houses-around courtyards, 468 (AA), 525 (L); 473 (R); work in England by Arne Jacobsen and Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, 761 (AA)

Annah, Kwesi: Africa's Golden Road, 266 (R); awaiting extradition to Ghana on corruption charges, 652 (PC) Armstrong, Charlotte, The Turret Room, 51 (R) 4corstrong's Last Goodnight (Old Vic), 14 (AA)

ARMY AND ARMED FORCES the Territorial Army and the civil power, 40 (L): no more aircraft carriers?, 191 (S); the White Paper on defence, 215 (LA), 222 (A), 257 (L); 218 (P); the Royal Flying Corps, 539 (R)

Armytage, W. H. G., The Rise of the Technocrats: A Social History, 300 (R) Arsenic and Old Lace (Vaudeville), 259 (AA)


individual exhibitions: David Annesley, 438, Balthus, 730, Aubrey Beardsley, 664, John Craxton, 695, Salvador Dali, 12, Jean Dubuffet, 438, 528, Marcel Duchamp, 791, Naum Gabo, 362, Jann Haworth, 260, Adrian Heath, 571, Barbara Hepworth, 695, Rene Magritte, 12. Joan Miro, 528, Sidney Nolan, 571, John Piper, 571, Ceri Richards, 571, Tim Scott, 140, Richard Smith, 601, Joe Tilson, 260, Brian Wall, 528 (AA); Bonnard exhibition, 73 (AA), 321 (S); Los Angeles artists (exhibition), 140 (AA); 'Young Contemporaries' exhibition, 168 (AA); Turner water-colours, 168 (AA); Tiepolo fresco panels, 260 (AA); Surrealism, 263 (R); Dada, 263 (R), 783 (S); Turner and his bequest of his paintings, 292, 326 (AM; 474 (RI; a Biblical subject by Claude. 580 (A); the Whitechapel Gallery, 631 (AA) Art and Artists of Russia, The, Richard Hare, 474 (R) Art of Buddhism, The, Dietrich Seckel. 474 (RI Art of D. H. Lawrence, The, Keith Sagar, 797 (RI .4rt °limn. The, Andre Godard, 474 (R) .4rt of Marvell's Poetry, The, J. B. Leishman, 77 (12) Art of the Renaissance in Northern Europe, The, Otto Benesch,

474 (R)

Asia, Gods and Cities, George Woodcock, 605 (R) .4ssorred Prose, John Updike, 142 (R)

Astor: a Lord Astor's care for his children, 644 (A)

Astor, Brooke, The Bluebird is at Home, 334 (R) At Bertram's Hotel, Agatha Christie, 51 (RI Atomic Diplomacy: Hiroshima and Potsdam, Gar Alperovitz,

408 (R)

At the Court of King Freddie, 689 (A) At the Crossroads, Evan S. Connell, Jr, 442 (R) Auchincloss, Louis, The Embezzler, 765 (R) Audemars, Pierre, Time of Temptation, 443 (R) Auden, W. H., About the House, 141 (R) Austerlitz: The Story of a Battle, Claude Manceron (trans. George

Unwin), 700 (R)

Austin, Dennis, Britain and South Africa, 766 (R)

Australia: an immigrant's reasons, 778 (A)

Autobiography, An: The Story of My Experiments with Truth,

M. K. Gandhi (trans. Mahadev Desai), 332 (R)

Autobiography of Malcolm X, The, Malcolm X with Alex Haley, 668 (R) Automobile Association: its handbook Co-Driver: The Motorist's Companion, 338 (CI) B Babes in the Woods, Lillian O'Donnell, 302 (R)

Bacon, Alice, 67 (S) Bagehot, Walter, 15 (R) Balanchine, George: source of a statement on ballet, 198 AA), 291 (L)

Bald Alliance. The, 424 (P)

Baldwin: his dissolution of Parliament in 1923, 394' A). 464 (L)

Balfour, James, The Medicine Men, 537 (R) Ballade of a Jaded Reader, 722 (P) Ballad of a Mone-Picker. George Ryga, 80 (RI Ballad of Oliver Powell, The, Stead Jones, 503 (R)

BALLET the Royal Ballet's touring section, 109, 790 (AA); John Cranko's

Brandenburg Nos. 2 and 4, 198 (AA); a new choreographer,

Jonathan Taylor, 198 (AA); Balanchine's 'law of optics' for

dancing, 198 (AA), 291 (L); John Cranko's Carel Game, 227

(AA); Antonio and his Spanish dancers, 327 (AA); Ashton's

Monotones (Royal Ballet), 327 (AA); Swan Lake (Festival Ballet), 327 (AM; Les Biches (Royal Ballet), 404 (AA); The Wedding (Royal Ballet), 404, 435 (AA); Sun into Darkness (Western

Theatre Ballet), 500 (AA); Kenneth MacMillan to leave the

Royal Ballet, 599 (AA); Kenneth MacMillan's Song of the Earth,

664 (AA); the Ballet Rambert re-formed as a smaller company, 790 (AA)

Ball, John, In the Heat of the Night, 302 (R)

Balthus: exhibition, 730 (AA)

Balzac, Hanore de, E. J. Oliver, 299 (12) Bang, You're Dead!, Henry Treece, 443 (R)

Bank of England, the: Mr L. K. O'Brien to succeed' Lord Cromer as Governor, 519 (A), 543 (E) Banks: the five-day week, 165 (L)

Bantock, Gavin, Christ: A Poem in Twenty-six Parts, 411 (R)

Barbecue spit, a, 739 (CI) Barka, Mehdi Ben, 132 (A)

Barker, Dudley, Writer by Trade: A View of Arnold Bennett, 764 (R) Barker, George, Dreams of a Summer Night, 411 (R)

Barlow, Frank, Dorothy Whitelock, David C. Douglas, and

Charles H. Lemmon, The Norman Conquest, 230 (R) Baron, Alexander, Strip Jack Naked, 80 (R) Baron, Stanley Wade, The Contact Man, 605 (R) Barstow, Stan, The Watchers on the Shore, 378 (R) Bashing the Unions, 620 (PC) Batman, 199 (AA) Battle Or East Anglia, The, 322 (A) Baumbach, Jonathan, The Landscape of Nightmare, 298 (R) Bawden, Nina, A Little Love, a Little Learning, 334 (R)


bans Peter Watkins's film The War Game, 161 (S), 196 (1), 197

(AA), 223, 257, 289 (L); the Chief Whip and the appearance of Labour MPs on TV and radio, 219, 253 (S), 291 (1); radio

drama, 226 (AA); The Winter's Tale, 406 (AA); Mr Wilson '■

vendetta against the BBC, 429 (S), 434 (AA), 461 (S); a pro-

Labour BBC broadcast??, 432, 465,495, 524 (L)

BEA: inefficiency and inconsiderateness to passengers, 688 a 724 ( LI Beadle, Sir Hugh, 94 (LA), 96 (A), 99 (S), 135, 136 (L) Beardsley, Aubrey, 664 (AA), 728 (L)

Beaverbrook, Lord, 71w Abdication of King Edward fill (ea.

A. J. P. Taylor), 504 (R) Beckett, Samuel, 332, 532 (R) Beds, 414 (CI)

Beerbohm, Max, Seven Men and Two Others, 699 (R)

Beer, Julius: his mausoleum in Highgate Cemetery, 564 (AIL, 598 (L)

Beggars on Horseback, James Mossman, 604 (R) Beginners, The, Dan Jacobson, 670 (R) Bell, John, Journey from St. Petersburg to Pekin 1719-22 (ed. kin

Stevenson), 605 (R) Bell, Julian, 572 (R)

Bellow Plays (Jeannetta Cochrane Theatre), 693 (AA) Bellow, Saul, The Last Analysis, 371 (R)

Beloit'. Nora. 99 (S). 136 (L)

Below the Wheatline, 255 (A) Benesch, Otto, The Art of the Renaissance in .Northern

474 (R) Bennett, Arnold, 764 (R)

Bennett, Jack, The Hawk Alone, 574 (R) Berger, Klaus, Odilon Redon, 263 (RI

Berkeley, California, 766 (A) Berlin: the battle for Berlin in 1945, 573 (R)

Bernal, J. D., Science in History, 144 (R) Bernays, Edward L., 144 (R) Beset by Women (Prince of Wales), 327 (AA) Best SF Six, (ed.) Edmund Crispin, 504 (R) Betrayal of the Women, The, 722 (A) Better Half, The, Andrew Sinclair, 531 (R)

Betting on the general election result, 285 (S)

Between Wars, Anne Halley, 638 (R) Beyond Culture, Lionel Trilling, 470 (R) Bhagwati, Jagdish, The Economics of Underdeveloped Countries.

298 (R)

Bible Shocker, A, 580 (A) Big Game, 78 (P) Big Greed, The, Kenneth Giles, 605 (R) Big Jim and his Magic Cornucopia, 248 (PC) Big Yawn, The, 250 (A) Billion-Dollar Brain, Len Deighton, 410 (R)

Biography of an Idea: Memoirs of Public Relations Counsel Edward L. Bernays, 144 (R)

Bird. John, 516 (P)

Birdwatcher, The (Hampstead Theatre Club), 75 (AA) Birkenhead, Sheila, Illustrious Friends, 173 (R) Bit Between My Teeth, The, Edmund Wilson, 47 (R) Bitch Goddess, The, 383 (A) Black Africa-What Went Wrong?, 250 (A) Black Attendant, The, Hugh McCutcheon, 606 (R) Black Comedy (Old Vic), 327 (AA) Black Mischief, 463 (A) Blake's Complete Writings, (ed.) Geoffrey Keynes, 407 (R) Bloodshed on Sunday, 69 (A)

Blood sports, a book attacking, 415 (A), 496, 525, 566 (L)

Bloody Wood, The, Michael Innes, 443 (12) Bluebeard (Sadler's Wells), 663 (AA) Bluebird is at Home, The, Brooke Astor, 334 (R) Blue Mirror, The, James Turner, 51 (R) Blue Pavilion, The, William Buchan, 301 (R)

Blunden, Edmund: elected to the Oxford Professorship of Poetry, 107 (AA), 136, 165 (L), 166 (AA), 197, 225 (L)

Blyth, Henry, The Pocket Venus: A Victorian Scandal, 671 (111,

728 (L)

Bobrowski, Johannes, Shadow Land (trans. Ruth and Matthew

Mead), 411 (R) Bognor Regis: a sewage menace, 739 (CI) Bolingbroke, Lord: advice to a young man, 769 (A)

Bolingbroke on Dalliance, 769 (A) Bond, Donald F., (ed.) The Spectator, 76 (R) Bond Honoured, A (Old Vic), 754 (A), 760 (AA) Bond, Mary Wickham, How 007 Got His Name, 443 (R) Bongartz, Roy, Twelve Chases on West 99th Street, 232 (R)

Bonnard, Pierre: exhibition, 73 (AA), 321 (S) BOOKS authorship and business compared as careers, 163 (A); the National Book Awards in the US, 368 (A); a US Supreme Court judgment on pornographic books, 428 (A); Maurice

Girodias's Olympia Press books to be published in England.

520 (A), 565, 597, 629, 661 (L)

Boorstin, Daniel J., The Americans: The National Experience,

374 (R)

Booth, Pat, Sprint front the Bell, 50 (R) Border Troubles, 398 (A) Born Free, 330 (AA) Borries, Gordon, and Aubrey Diamond, The Consumer, Society and the Law, 508 (CI)

Borsook, Eve, The Companion Guide to Florence, 769 (CI) BonIle, Pierre, Time Out of Mind and Other Stories, 472 (R) Bowles, Jane, Plain Pleasures, 765 (R) Boxing: the Cassius Clay-Henry Cooper fight, 659 (A) Box OJfue, The, 206 (A) 13ranfield, John, In the Country, 301 (R) Brett-James, Antony, (comp., ed. and trans.) 1812, 700 (R) Brien, Alan: obituary on himself, 596 (AF)

Brien: Evasions of Cowardice-1943-1945, 522 (AF)

Bristol: The Theatre Royal's bicentenary, 663 (AA), 728 (L) BRITAIN The East of Suez Game, 192 (A); the `habit of authority', 200 (g); Britain's defence commitments, 215 (LA), 222 (A), 257 (L); a 'frustrated satellite' of the US, 315 (LA); the root causes of Britain's national sickness, 587 (LA), 590 (A), 629, 661 (L); a migrant's reasons for leaving Britain, 778 (A); a parallel with the last days of the French Fourth Republic, 779 (A); Britain's 'sickness' a result of technical, not moral, failures, 783 (S) Britain and Africa, Kenneth Kirkwood, 265 (R) Britain and South Africa, Dennis Austin, 766 (R) Britain's Economy: The Big Lie, 282 (A) British Agent, John Whitwell, 575 (R) BMA* Analytical Philosophy, (ed.) Bernard Williams and Alan IvIonteliore, 795 (R)

British Economic History 1870-1914: Commentary and Documents,

W. H. B. Court, 300 (R) Britten, Benjamin: bars a critic from Aldeburgh Festival, 753 (S) Broadcasting: see Radio Brock, Edwin, 638 (R) Broken Wing, The, David Divine, 764 (R) Brome, Vincent, The World of Luke Simpson, 174 (R) Brontë sisters, the, 671 (R) Brothers in Print, 8 (A) Brown, Douglas, Against the World, 766 (R) Brown, Geoff, I Want (V/tat I Want, 378 (R) BROWN, GEORGE his prices and incomes policy: 'final collapse', 31 (LA), his conception of it, 97 (PC), `written off', 155 (LA), 196 (L); 'early warning' legislation: wide opposition, 37 (PC), Labour opposi- tion, 160 (PC), the Bill, 253 (S), 254 (A); the railway strike threat negotiations, 190 (PC); relations with Ray Gunter, 190 (PC); relations with James Callaghan, 190 (PC): not to have a change of post in the Government, 424 (PC); the DEA looking into the Common Market question, 516 (PC); like Mr Toad, 516 (PC) Browning, Robert, 471 (R) Brown, John Mason, The Worlds of Robert E. Sherwood, 473 (R) Bruce, George, Maurice Lindsay, and Edwin Morgan, (ed.) Scottish Poetry I, 411 (R) Buchan, William, The Blue Pavilion, 301 (R) BL DUET, THE Mr Callaghan's announcement of coming budget measures, 248 (PC), 253 (S); How Grim a Budget ?, 477 (E); a deflationary budget?, 487 (LA), 488 (PC); How Relevant is the Budget?, 491 (A); a forecast, 519 (S); the budget examined, 555 (LA), 557 (PC), 558 (A), 576, 607 (E); damaging side-efects of the SET 775 (LA) Buganda, the Kabaka of, 689 (A) Building Cycles and Britain's Growth, J. Parry Lewis, 300 (R) Building industry: need for guarantees on new houses, 206 (CI); its present prospects, 799 (E) Building societies: house mortgage loans, 40 (L); 300 (R); their interest rates, 673 (E) Building Society Fracas, The, 673 (E) Building Society Movement, The, E. J. Cleary, 300 (R) Bulgaria: holidaying in, 414 (A) Bull, George, Vatican Politics at the Second Vatican Council, 398 (A) Bonny Lake is Missing, 199 (AA) Burdick, Eugene, and William J. Lederer, Sarkhan, 539 (R) Burgess, Anthony, (ed.) A Shorter "Finnegans Wake', 794 (R) Burgess, Anthony, Tremor of Intent, 733 (R) Burroughs, William S., Nova Express, 202 (R) Butler, Gwendoline, A Nameless Coffin, 605 (R) Buzzard. rough-legged, 22 (A) Byron, Robert, The Road to Oxiana, 605 (R) Byzantine empire, the, 763 (R)


Cabinet Office: and the fifty-year rule, 101 (A) Calubrian Summer, Bryn Gunnell, 203 (R) CAI I AGEIAN, JAMES 'Wild confidence' about economic position, 19 (E); relations with George Brown, 190 (PC); announces coming budget measures, 248 (PC), 253 (S); on changing the rules of GATT, 353 (S); to remain Chancellor, 424 (PC); more and more impressive as Chancellor, 488 (PC); 505 (E); his budget examined, 555 (LA), 558 (A), 576, 607 (E); his handling of the budget, 557 (PC); see also BUDGET, THE Cambodia's Foreign Policy, Roger M. Smith, 333 (R) Cambridge Medieval History, The: IV. The Byzantine Empire, Part 1: Byzantium and its Neighbours, (ed.) J. M. Hussey, 763 (R) Cameras: the Polaroid Swinger camera, 739 (Cl) Cameron, James, Witness, 333 (R) Camp, The, Gordon M. William, 503 (R) Canada: the Munsinger sex-and-security case, 357 (A) Can America Pull Out ?, 621 (A) Can Britain's Shipping Survive ?, 654 (A) Cancer: lung cancer and cigarette-smoking, 479 (CI) Caning in schools, 289, 325, 360, 403 (L) Cannes Film Festival, 632 (AA) Canning, Victor: Castle Minerva, 302 (R); The Hidden Fate, 606 (R) Canopy of lime, 77te, Brian Aldiss, 504 (R) Capote, Truman, lit Cold Blood, 172 (A), 331 (R) Captive of Tour, The, Marc Peyre, 604 (R) Captives, The, 143 (P) Cardiff, 659 (A) Caribbean, the: the Queen's tour, 254 (A) Carleton, VII., and Gisele Freund, James Joyce in Paris: llis final Years, 332 (R) Carter, W. Horsfall, Speaking European, 375 (R) Cartoons, political: death of Vicky, 219 (S) Case of Human Bondage, A, Beverley Nichols, 636 (RI Case of Richard Sorge, 71w, F. W. Deakin and G. R. Storry, 713 (R) Castle Minerva, Victor Canning, 302 IR) Castle, Mrs. Barbara: tasks as Minister of Transport, 34 (A) Castle to Move, 34 (Al Castroism: Theory and Practice, Theodore Draper, 16 (R) Cat foods, 546 (C1) Catherine Cannier, Ernest J. Gaines, 174 (R) Catherwood, Fred: and 'Neddy'. 429 (S) Catholic Marxists, The, 784 (A) Cation, Bruce, Never Call Retreat, 374 (R) Cause That Wasn't Lost, The, 132 (A) Caute, David, The Left in Europe, 298 (R) Caviare for the General, 749 (A) Celine, Louis-Ferdinand, Death on the Instalment Plan, 765 (R) Cemeteries, 564 (Al') Censorship, 496 (L) Census: this year's 'ten per cent' census, 492 (S), 524 (L) Chalfont, Lord: on NATO's role. 625 (S) Chambers, Sir Paul: attitude to the Government's policies, 445 (E) Champagne, 147 (CI) Chances of Opposition, The, 356 (A) Change and Other Stories, Elizabeth Montagu, 701 (12) Change in the Weather, A, 97 (PC) Chaplin, Henry, 671 (R), 728 (L) Charities: report of the Charity Commissioners, 53 (CI), 107 (L); contributions by companies, 196 (L) Charles N.foly (Studies in European Literature and Thought), N.

Jussem-Wilson, 46 (R)

Charles. Piguy. A Sturdy in Integrity, Marjorie Villiers, 46 (R) Chase Me Comrade (Whitehall), 14 (AA) Chaste Maid in Cheapside, A (Royal Court), 75 (AA) Chaucer imitated, 280 (P) C'haze, Elliott, Tiger in the Honeysuckle, 50 (R) Cherkassky, Shura, 109 (AA) Cherry-Garrard, Ansley, The Worst Journey in the World, 204 (12) CHESS solution to Christmas competition, 80 (C); watching a world- class player, 149 (C); the Spassky-Tal match, 174 (C); the Hastings tournament, 207 (C); Bobby Fischer: 269 (C), again US champion, 612 (C); correspondence chess, 334 (C); women players, 449 (C); the Marshall attack, 506, 546 (C); a world ranking list, 580 (C); Petrosian retains the world championship against Spassky, 630, 739 (C); Foldeak's Chess Olympics, 695 (C); Smyslov, 762 (C); Bent Larsen. 801 (C) Chess, 18, 52, 80, 119, 149, 174, 207, 235, 269, 307, 334, 363, 415, 449, 478, 506, 546, 580, 612, 630, 676, 695, 739, 762, 801 (C) Chevalier, flaakon, Oppenheimer: The Story of a Friendship, 666 ()

Chichester Festival Theatre, 729 (AA)

CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE playcentres, 103 (A); memories of childhood, 324 (AF); middle- class and working-class upbringing and training, 401 (Al); hotels that welcome children, 479 (Cl); children's books reviewed, 702-707 Chimes at Midnight (Cannes Film Festival), 632 (AA) China: a force-landed German aircraft in 1937, 270 (A), 360 (L); the Ili crisis, 767 (R) China and the Bomb, Morton H. Halperin, 18 (R) CHINA, COMMUNIST 3 (LA); relations with Russia, 4, 317, 398 (A); and Vietnam. 4 (A): Chinas' Monroe Doctrine, 158 (A); need to 'contain' China, 215 (LA); a turning-point in the US'sattitude, 319 (A); subversion in Thailand, 752 (A); 18, 298 (R) China's Monroe Doctrine, 158 (A) Chinese Communism, Robert C. North, 298 (R) Chinese Model, The, (ed.) Werner Klatt, 18 (R)

Christ: A Poem in Twenty-six Parts, Gavin Bantock, 411 (R)

Christie, Agatha, At Bertram's Hotel, 51 (R) CHURCH AND CHRISTIANITY Canon Collins of St. Paul's. 563 (A), 598, 629, 661 (L); Pascal's God, 722 (AF); Billy Graham's London Crusade, 751 (A), 788 (L); revivalism today, 751 (A), 788 (L); Marxism and Christianity, 784 (A); 201, 534 (R) Churchill, Allen, The Roosevelts, 473 (R) Churchill, Randolph: introduces Evelyn Waugh to Alan Brien, 462 (A) Churchill, Sir Winston: Lord Moron's disclosures about his health

519 (S), 560 (MI, 596, 657, 782 (A); Min hill the Historian, 782

IA) Churchill the Historian, 782 (A) Cigarettes: fewer cigarettes smoked in 1965, 191 (S), 291 (1_1: cigarettes and lung cancer, 479 (C1), regular burning, 479, 525 (C11 Cities, 298 (R) City and the Election, The, 303 (F)

City and the Pt Um, Al Mister IIte, 445 (1.)

City editors, 189 (A), 225 (1.1

Chili sat ions of LIMO pe, 7 he. Michael (irant. 474 IR)

Civil Service: the Government sets up an investigating committee. 187 (LA); the Prime Ministers private secietalies. 191, 219 (S); Labour's ufficcomplished 'Whitehall reeolution', 285 (S) Clancy. Joseph P., (trans.) Medieval It eldi I yrics, 231 (It) Clandestine Marriage, I he (Chichester Ut-an al 1 beatre), 7'9 (AA) Clark, Douglas. liace Dare to Cato, trop/r. 798 (RI Clarke, Arthur C., takes from the Sky, 504 IR) Clash over Whitehall's Se, r'ts, T he, 101 (Al

Class Barriers ramble. Die, 426 (AI Clay-, Cassius: lights Kerry Cooper, 659 (A)

Cleary, B. J., The Building Si, iety Moven:rot. (R) Cleary, Jon. liu• Poise of Danger, 21,7 IR)

Clifford, Francis, 7 A (A.,/ Banner, 302 (R)

Clothing; dry cleaning, 178 (CI); militants and authority, 207 (All CND at Prayer, the, 563 (A 1 Co-Drirer: The Illoiorises Companion IAA handbook), 338 (('II Cold Climate, 189 ( A) Cold (Mar ort, 178 (M) Cull Country, 1 he, Jennifer Dauh011, 202 I R) Cold, the common, 178 (M1

Cole, Tom, In End hiralry, 378 IR)

ColletledPoettis, Ilerbert Read. 638 (R) Collected U,,rks of Oilier Goldsmith, (ed.) Arthur I lit:dm:in,

13 Ca/1/ie 7I.t) t/ II "arks of Walter Bagehat. The. I.ohrtres I and II, 15 IR) Ci(t,11,iins,a()'anon L. John: aith Crater lire. 563 (A): 598. 629, Collins, Norman. 61PC)

Colour films, 579 (CI) Cotoun PROM I NI AND RAC' BI I A I loNS, Tut Little Rock, Arkansas. 148, 179 I A 1 James Meredith wounded on a civil rights march, 750 (A); 1i:cc relations in America's 'Deep South', 785 (A1

Cahanbas BoyszThe (Polish Popular Theatre at the Aid, ych I. 570 (AA) Columnist and his column. the, 238 (Al-)

Comedians, 7/re, Graham Greene, 110 ( It )

C011111,1. oll'Itimute Truths, 7 he, 462 (A)

Caine into the Garden Maud (Queen's). 529 (A A) Come Spy With Me (Whitehall), 729 (AA) Commonsense About Smoking, 479 (Cl) Commonwealth, the: conference at Lagos on subject of Rhodesia, 36 (A); 'inverted McCarthyism' over restriction of immigration into Britain, 325 (L) COMMUNISM China's Monroe Doctrine, 158 (A); Russo-Chinese relations, 317, 395 (Al; attitude to the Catholic Church, 518 (A), 597 (i): 'people's wars', 603 (R); the Communist danger to Thailand. 752 (A); Mr Wilson accuses the seamen's union of being Communist-dominated, 776 (PC); 71ie Catholic Marxists, 784 IA); 'Red Plots'. 787 (AE) Companies Bill, the new, 175 (EL 196, 226 (I.)

COMPANY AND INVI-SI MIN I' No-its Allen Harvey Ross, 52; Allied Breweries. 19; Anglo American, 736; Anglo Auto Finance. 177, 205; Anglo-Norness, 674; Aristoc, 413; Ashanti Goldfields, 382; Associated Hotels, 708; Australian Mercantile Land, 578; Aveling-liarford, 2115, 609; Hampton Property Group, 478; Barclays Bank, 52; Beaumont Property Trust. 338; Birlield, 768; Blaw Knox, 609; Bowater Paper Corporation, 86, 478; Bow makers, 205; Bristol Aetoplanc, 478, 736; Britannic Assurance, 337; British American Tobacco, 19, 305; British Bank of the Middle I :ea, 234; British Motor Corporation, 337; British Oxygen, 52; British Petroleum, 52, 83, 146, 177. 268, 506; British Sugar Corporation, 177, 506; Broom and Wade. 609; Burmah Oil, 268, 381; Montague Burton, 708; Butlins, 116; Cambridge Instrument, 413; Castlefield (Klang) Rubber I.state, 146; City and Country Properties, 327; Clive Discount, 52; Coast Lines. 234; Commercial Union, 608; Co-operative Permanent Building Society. 305; Courtaulds, 21; Cunard, 674, 708, 768; R. and G. Cuthbert, 177; Da lgety and New Zealand Loan, 578; Dualvest, 305; Empire Stores (Bradford), 447; English and Dutch Investment Trust. 205; English China Clay, 768. 799; Equity and Law. 4-15; Estate Duties Investment Trust, 674; Havel. 643; Freentans (London. SW9), 447; Fundinvest, 305; Glanfield Securities, 478; Golden Hope, 146; Grattan Warehouses, 447; Great Universal Stores, 19; Guinness, 51; Guthrie Corporation, 146; Halifax Building Society, 413; Harland and Wolff, 578; Hastings and "thane' Building Society, 508; Hawker Siddeley, 71)8; Hickson and Welch (Holdings), 381; Highlands and Lowlands, 146; W. A. Hills and Sons, 337; H. M. Hobson, 177; Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation, 146. 447. 478; Hoover, 305; Huddersfield Building Society, 338; Imperial Chemical Industries. 21.116, 234, 413; Imperial Metal Industries. 381; International Publishing Corpora-

tion. 708; Jaguar, 337; Killinghall (Rubber) Development Syndicate. 146; Roy King Properties, 177; Robert Kitchen Taylor and Co.. 447; Laporte Industries, 234; Legal and General. 445, 643; Liehig Extract of Meat, 205; Leyland Motor. 86; Liden (Holdings). 305; Lombard Banking. 447; London Asiatic. 146; London Brick, 799; Lyons, 116; M and G Group. 177; Marks and Spencer. 19. 544; Marley Tile, 799; Martins Bank. 86; Mentmore Manufacturing, 5(18; Midland Bank, 146; John Myers. 447; National and Grindlays Bank. 382; National Discount. 52: National Provincial Bank, 52, 146; Nchanga, 506; Nelson Financial Trust. 21; New Broken Hill, 413; New Zealand and Australian Land, 578: North Broken Hill, 413; Norwest Construction, 643; Norwich Union Insurance Group. 57S ;S. Noton, 52: °Fetid. 708: Parkinson Cowan. 643; Pataling Rubber. 305; William Press. 643; Radiation. 643: Rank Organ-

isation, 116, 544; Redland Holdings, 799; Reliable Properties. 116; Rhokana. 506: Rio Tinto-Zinc. 413. 506. 544; Roan Selection

Trust. 506; Rolls-Royce. 478. 736; Rosedimond. 305; Rover, 337; Royal B ink of Scotland. 116; Royal Exchange., 608: Rugby Portland Cement. 578; Ruston and Hornsby, 768; Shell, 52, 177. 506; Simon Engineering, 708: South Durham, 52. 381; Staseley Industries. 234: Steel Company of Wales. 116. 381; William Suite, 643; Tate and Lyle, 205; Thorn Eleetrical, 83; Thomas Tilling, 506: Transport Development. 234, 447; Triple- vest. 234. 305; Union Corporation. 736; United Steel. 52, 381; Webster's Publications, 21; Westminster Bank. 52;86; Whitbread, 19. 116; Williams Deacon's Bank. 116; Wilmot-Breeden. 708; Winget Gloucester. 609; F. W. Woolworth. 116, 234; Yorkshire Copper, 381; Zambia Anglo American, 506, 609 (E) Company Strip-tease, 175 (El Competition. a general know ledge: 675 (A); result. 740 (A) Complete Letters of Lady Mary Wortley Mrmtagu. The. Ibl I. 1708-20. led.) Robert lialsband. 142 (R)

Complete Plays et D. H. Lawrence, The. 16 (RI

Computers: 133 (P); the computer industry's problems, 708 (El:

used to pair off boys and girls at Harvard, 684 (P) Conchon. Georges, boys Savage State (trans. Peter Fryer). 202 (R)

Condorcet. the Marquis de. 38 tS). 291 IL) Connell, Evan 5.. Jr. At the Crossroads. 442 (R) Connoisseurs of Chaos. Denis Donoghue. 502 (R) Conquest loon, Rupert Furneaux. 230 (RI 'Consensus', the: government on the basis of the consensus, 779 , 'tVATIVE PARTY Heath: his difficulties as a leader. 6 (PC). Mr Heath and his Critics, 63 (LA). in little danger from possible rivals. 393 (PC), false image of him presented by the press. 395 (A): the party's internal troubles. 6 (PC); differing views on dealing with Rhodesia. 10. 40 I; the Condorcet method for electing a party leader. 38 (S). 291 (L); Angus Maude's article on its loss or political initiative and how to regain it. 39 (A). 67 (S). 71 (L), 101 (A), 105 (L); constituency canvassing methods. 66 (PC). 105 (I.); the Tory Study Group's report Crime Has No Boundaries, 67 (S); the problem of the party's attitude to incomes policy. 127 (LA): Robert McKenzie on the 1963 leadership struggle and on Sir Alec's 'sincerity', 131 (5): Conservative supporters of oil sanctions on Rhodesia. 135 (L); ought to campaign for individual liberty. 135 (L): the Courtney affair at Harrow East, 161 (S). 196 (L). 220 (Al, 225 (L); Manifrsto lOr a 1966 Election, 162 (A); how will it handle a general election campaign?, 217 (PC); the party's tasks in opposition, 218 (A); relations of constituency associations with their MPs (and candidates). 220 (A ). 257 (L): duty to resist comprehensive education. 223, 257, 291 (L): the issues for the general election. 247. 347 (LA): the issues the party should campaign on. 252 (A), 353 (S); attacked by Mr Wilson over Rhodesia. 253 (S); the election manifesto. Action Not Words. 279 ILA), 280 (PC): should re- state its basic position. 289 (1.); close correlation between economic climate and Opposition popularity since 1955, 391 (LA). 432, 464 (L); On Not Toting Conservative, 395 (A): Enoch Powell: on British troops for Vietnern. 397 (S), his unorthodox views. 461 (S): reflections on the general election defeat, 426 (A); reasons for dwindling support of Conservatives. 432 (L.); one reason why the Conservatives lost, 464 (L); Mr Heath's Shadow Cabinet, 492 (5); w hat should its stance be?, 587 (LA); the changed method of selecting Conservative candidates. 588 (PC); how the Conservative right fared in the general election, 662 (L); Conservatives and the independent schools, 685 (A 1. 724. 758. 7S8 (L): failure to question the 'consensus' underlying Mr Wilson's policies. 779 (A): see also GENERAL ELECTION

Con.servarive Party Conference, .4, 317 (A)

Corssusit it PROTECTION the influence of consumer groups and their magazines. 86 (CI); Focus (Consumer Council). 86 (CI); the Consumer Protection Bill. 147 (CI); 307 (Cl): manufacturers' guarantee conditions. 448 (Clt; a 'high speed' kettle. 448 (CI); protecting the consumer -by legislation and advice. 508 (CI) Consumers, Eirlys Roberts. 508 (CI) Consumer. Society and the Law, The, Gordon Borries and Aubrey Diamond, 508 (C1)

IIIIVICCr. 21. 53, 86. 118. 147, 178, 206. 235, 270, 305, 338, 382, 414, 447, 479, 508, 546, 579, 609, 643, 675, 708, 739, 768, 799 (CI)

Contact Man, The, Stanley Wade Baron. 605 (R) Contempt of court: dangers for newspapers, 35 (A) Controversial Essays. John Sparrow, 636 (R) Coogan. Timothy Patrick. Ireland Since the Rising, 501 (R)

Cooking: rice. 270 (CI). 360 (I.): gas v. electric cookers, 305 (CI);

a charcoal-fired barbecue spit, 739 (CI) Cooper. Giles, Sir Plays for Radio. 226 (AA) Cooper. Henry: fights Cassius Clay, 659 (A) Cooper. William. Menzcirs of a New Alan. 604 (R) Copyright, 163 (A) Corfu Channel hicidents, the, 640 (R) Cornford. Joho, 572 (RI Core, Desmond, Feranzontov. 700 (R) Cotton Comes to Harlem, Chester Himes. 302 (R) ( 'ountess Dracula. 800 (A) COUNTRYSIDI , PARKS, OPEN SPACES

a rough-legged buzzard, 22 (A); village film shows, 206 (A); speakers for opening bazaars, etc., 339 (A); an attack on 'blood snorts', 415 (A). 496, 525, 566 (14; Untrodden Paths. 480 (A); the selective employment tax and estate workers, 611 (A): walking home at night. 690 (A E); landscape design, 732 (R); Wanstead Park threatened. 759 (L)

Couple. The. John Sykes, 670 (R) Coups de Grace, 128 (Al Courtney, Commander, 161 (S), 196 (L), 220 (A), 225 (L) Court Honour, Geoff Taylor, 537 (RI

Court. W. H. Be British Economic History 1877-1914: Commentary

and Documents. 300 (R) Cow dray, the first Lord, 473 (R) Crawford, Stanley G., Gasencne. 604 (R) Craxton. John: exhibition, 695 (AA)

Crazy World of Laurel and Hardy, The, 469 (AA) Creed of the Provos, 778 (A. I

Creeping Devaluation, 487 (LA) Cricket: Bill Lawry, 37 (P); England beat Australia by an innings, 38 (S); a visit to Lord's, 561 (S) CRIME prevention and detection, 8 (A); the Tory Study Group's report Crime liar No Boundaries, 67 (S); four of the train robbers transferred to Parkhurst, 159 (A), 225 (L); the Moors murder trial, 489, 520 (A), 524, 565 (L); the train robbers' long sentences, 783 (S) Crime and Punishment (Polish Popular Theatre, Aldwych), 570 (AA) Crime novels reviewed, 50, 302. 443, 605, 700 Crime of Katyn, The: Facts and Figures (Polish Cultural Foundation), 171 (R) Crispin, Edmund, (ed.) Best SF Six, 504 (R) Cronin, Anthony, A Question of Modernity, 332 (R) Crosland, C. A. R.: and the direct-grant schools, 68 (A) Crossman. Richard: and Nigel Lawson's mortgage, 131 (S), 165 (L), 461 (5); the Oxford road plan. 132 (A); on lying in politics, 196 (L); the Packington Estate dispute, 193 (A), 223 (L) Crowther, George. Sanitized for Your Protection, 442 (R) Crowther, J. G., Statesmen of Science, 144 (R) Cruising Dawn the River, 236 (A) Crwmbierhorpe General, 53 (M) Cuba: Castroism, 16 (R) Cul-de-sac, 695 (AA) Curley, Daniel. .4 Some Man, Yes, 267 (R) Cusack, Dymphna, Illyria Reborn, 605 (R) Cynthia, H. Montgomery Hyde. 575 (R)


Dada. 263 (11), 783 (S) Dada: .4rt and anti-Art. Hans Richter, 263 (R) Daily Mail: 'an extremely good production', 223 (A) Daily Mirror: its election campaigns in 1959, 1964 and 1966, 351 (A); the Common Market issue, 351 (A) Dali, Salvador: exhibition, 12 (AA) Dalton, Jack P., and Clive Hart, (ed.) Twelve and a Tilly, 332 (R) DantIv in Aspic, A. Derek Marlowe, 700 (R) Daniel. Yuli: trial of, 161 (5), 188 (A), 225 (L), 490 (A) D-A NO Y. 270 (A) Darkness and silence becoming rare, 147 (A) Davis, Dorothy. History of Shopping. 307 (CI) Dawson, Jennifer. The Cold Country, 202 (R) Day, Beth, and Frank J. Wilson, Special Agent, 575 (R) Dr/ea/Shame, Senator Charles E. Potter, 377 (R) Day of Trinity. Lansing Lamont. 408 (R) Days in the Trees (Aldwych), 760 (AA) Dead Corse. Mary Kelly, 574 (R) Deakin, F.W., and G. R. Starry, The Case of Richard Sorge, 78 (R) Deal, Borden, The Tobacco Men. 604 (R) Dearer and Dearer Money, 336 (E) De Arte Rhetoric-a, 351 (A) de Assis, Machado, Esau and Jacob (trans. Helen Caldwell), 301 (R) Death Dealers. The. Mickey Spillane, 606 (R) Death in the Family, 562 (A) Death of a Naturalist, Seamus Heaney. 638 (R) Death on the Instalment Plan, Louis-Ferdinand Celine, 765 (R) Decade of Fear. Donald J. Kemper, 377 (R)

Defeating Co11111a1ttist Insurgency, Sir Robert Thompson, 603 (11)

DEFENCE no more aircraft carriers?, 191 (S); The East of Suez Game, 192 (A); the White Paper on defence, 215 (LA), 222 (A), 257 (L); 218 (P); the Royal United Services Institute, 624 (A); withdrawal East of Suez no solution to Britain's economic weakness, 715 (LA); the problem of a NATO without France, 718 (A); the Labour party dissension over the 'East of Suez' policy, 748 (PC), 748 (P) De Gaulle Is An Issue, 315 (LA) DE GAULLE, PRESIDENT re-shuffles his cabinet, 38 (S); The Voice of the General, 64 (A); 131 (S); gives notice of intention to w ithdraw from NATO, 315 (LA), 319 (A), 321 (5); his Moscow visit and relations with Russia, 683 (LA), 749 (Al; 718 (A); w hat defence policy for France does he intend?, 777 (A) Deighton, Len. Billion-Dollar Brain, 410 (R) Del'amour, 762 (AA) Denial of hu entices. The, 558 (A) de Queiroz. Eca, The Mandarin and Other Stories, 503 (R) Der .41te. 460 (A) Derry City, 203 (P) Derry, Warren, Dr Parr: A Portrait of the Whig Dr Johnson. 473 (R) Desolation Angels. Jack Kerouace 670 (R) Dessi. Giuseppe, The House at San Silvana (trans. Isabel Quigly), 410 (RI Detective's Due. Lesley Egan, 302 (R) de Valera.. President, 654 (A) Devaluation of the pound, 282 (A), 325 (L), 487, 715 (LA), 758 (L) Des, Goes to are Polls, 654 (A) D. H. Lawrence, Anthony West. 797 (R) D. H. Lawrence as a literary Critic, David J. Gordon, 797 (R) Diabetes, 236 (M), 325 (L) Diamond, Aubrey, and Gordon Borries, The Consumer, Society and the Law, 508 (Cl) Diary, a medical, 522 (A) Diary of a Chambermaid, Octave Mirbeau (trans. Douglas Garman), 794 (R) Diary of a A lad Old Man. Junichiro Tanizaki (trans. Howard Hibbert), 113 (R) Dickens, A. G., Reformation and Society in Sixteenth-Century Europe, 534 (R) Dictionary of Drink and Drinking, Oscar Mendelsohn, 178 (CI) Ditlo and Aeneas (Glyndebourne), 694 (AA) Dietrich, Sepp, 561 (5) Dimbleby, Richard, 11 (L) Dinner of Herbs, A, John Verney, 472 (12) Diplomatic Bags: An Ambassador's Memoirs, Pietro Quaroni, 733 (R) Discotheque. a New York, 430 (A) Disquiet in Whitehall, 187 (LA) Disraeli Up-to-data, 252 (A) Dissolving Society, The, 590 (A) Divine, David, The Broken Wing, 764 (R) Doctors: provincial hospitals understaffed, 53 (M), 73 (L); method of payment of GPs. 287 (M); medical ethics and Lord Moran's disclosures about Sir Winston Churchill, 519 (S), 560 (M), 596 (A); see also MEDICAL Documents, public. 101 (A) Does Hysteria Exist ?, 118 (M) Dog foods, 546 (CI) Doll, Ed McBziim 700 (R) Domestic help, firms supplying, 235 (CI) Donnelly. Desmond: relations with his local party, 220 (A); 285 (S); 402 (L) Donoghue, Denis, Connoisseurs of Chaos, 502 (R)

Doorbell Rang, The, Rex Stout, 302 (R)

Dostoievsky: almost thrashed to death, 166 (L) Doughty, Oswald, and J. R. Wahl, (ed.) The Letters of Dante Gabrie; Rossetti, 1835-1870, 47 (RI Douglas, David C.. Dorothy Whitelock, Charles H. Lemmon. and Frank Barlow, The Norman Conquest, 230 (R) Douglas-Home, Sir Alec: see Home, Sir Alec Douglas- Dracula, 13 (AA)

Dragon and Dragon-Fly, 70I (P)

Draper, Theodore, Castroism: Theory and Practice, 16 (R) Dream of Fair Children, A, Jcan Morris, 378 (R) Dreams of a Sumner Night, George Barker, 411 (R) Drew, Philip, (ed.) Robert Browning: A Collection of Critical Esso,

471 (R)

Dr Faustus (Oxford Playhouse), 198 (AA)

Dr Kaunda's Case, 717 (A)

Dr Kaunda's Threat, 651 (LA) Droit, Michael, The Return, 472 (R) Drop of Patience, A, William Melvin Kelley, 334 (R) Dr Purr: A Portrait of the Whig Dr Johnson, Warren Derry. 473 (Ri Drug addiction: 493 (MI; The Truth About LSD, 623 (A Dr Verwoerd Goes on Planning, 622 (A) Dr Verwoerd's High Stakes, 457 (A) Dry cleaning: the variety of fabrics, 178 (CI) Dr Zhivago, 527 (AA) Dubinsky, David, 354 (A) Dubuffet, Jean: exhibition, 438, 528 (AA) du Cann, Edward: criticised in Conservative party, 6 (PC) Duchamp, Marcel: exhibition, 783 (S), 791 (AA) Ducks in a London garden, 625 (S) Duffy, Maureen, The Microcosm, 640 (R)


Eagle Spreads His Claws, The, Leslie Gardiner, 640 (R) Earldom refused, an, 509 (A) Early Christian and Byzantine Architecture, Richard Krautheimer. 474 (R) Early Doors, The, Hugh Mills, 174 (R) Early Warning to George, An, 37 (PC) East Anglia: marginal constituencies, 322 (A) East of Suez Game, The, 192 (A) EAST-WEST RELATIONS Towards a Pax Russo-Americana, 3 (LA); Rumania and the West, 156 (A); prospects for Mr Wilson's visit to Moscow. 189 (A); NATO as a basis for negotiating with the East, 625 (SI: the 'Corfu Channel' incidents, 640 (R); see also individual countries Eccles, Lord, Hail-way to Faith, 201 (R) E c


balance alance of payments figures for 1965's third quarter, 19 (El: can the balance of payments be restored in 1966?, 19 (E); 'fine collapse' of the prices and incomes policy, 31, 155 (LA), 1% (L); opposition to any 'early warning' legislation, 37, 160 (PC): the Anglo-Irish trade agreement, 38 (5); wage increases and export prices. 51 (E); White Paper on investment incentives.

67 (S), 33 (E); the Government's Industrial Reorganisation Corporation, 145 (E), 165 (1), 303 (E); Another Wasted Year!. 155 (LA); will friction between US President and Congress affect the economic boom?, 233 (E); Britain's Economy: The Big Lie, 282 (A), 325, 359, 402, 432 (L); economic history and theory, 300 (R); little rational discussion on the weakness on the f, 321 (S); the effects of dear money and high interest rates. 336 (E); election issues, 347 (LA); the cost of living not an election issue, 353 (S); savings and inflation, 360 (L), 412 (El. 432, 495 (L); the National Plan already dead?, 396 (A); 'purposive planning' and laissez-faire, 397 (S); the Economic Report for 1965, 477 (E); How Grim a Budget?, 477 (E); Creepin: Devaluation, 487 (LA); How Relevant is the Budget ?, 491 (A); the balance of payments situation, 505 (E); the budget examined. 555 (LA), 557 (PC), 558 (A), 576, 607 (E); the tax on value added. 619 (LA); causes of the weakness of Britain's economy, 662 (L); devaluation, not withdrawal East of Suez, the cure for Britain's economic weakness. 715 (LA), 758 (L); the Govern- ment's policy one of 'stop-go', 720 (A); the National Plan, 720 (Al; advice from the Bank for International Settlement, 767 (El: damaging side-effects of the SET, 775 (LA); sec also INcovts POLICY Economies of Underdeveloped Countries, The, Jagdish Bhagweti, 298 (R) Edinger, Lewis J., Kurt Schumacher, 375 (R) EDUCATION AND SCHOOLS the direct-grant schools threatened by the Government's plans. 68 (A), 105, 136, 165, 196 (L); need to oppose extension et comprehensive system, 223, 257, 291 (L); the caning of girls.

289, 325, 360, 403 (L); state or private education?, 320 (AI;

Is There a Future for the Independent Schools?, 685 (A), 724.

758, 788 (L) Edward VIII: his abdication, 504 (R) Edward Lear in Greece, Edward Lear, 203 (R) Efficiency is not Enough, 218 (A) Egan, Lesley, Detective's Due, 302 (R) Egremont, Lord, 285, 753 (S) Egypt: advice on touring, 236 (A) 1812, (comp., ed. and trans.) Antony Brett-James, 700 (R)

Eisenhower, Dwight D., The White House Years: Waging Peace.

1956-1961, 541 (R) Elders, The, Rachel Trickett, 232 (R) ELDO (European Launcher Development Organisation): Britain's threatened withdrawal, 721 (S), 748 (PC), 753 (S) Election Anthology, An, 324 ELECTIONS AND BY-ELECTIONS

Hull North by-election, 66 (PC), 96 (A). 130 (PC), 131 (S); the

relations between constituency parties and their MPs (or candidates), 220 (A), 257 (L); election memoirs, 288 (AF); see also GENERAL ELECTION Elector's Tale, The, 280 (P) Electric cookers, 305 (CI) Elegy for a 'Great Statesman, 333 (P) Elektra (Covent Garden), 435 (AA) Embezzler, The, Louis Auchincloss, 765 (R) Emigration: a migrant's reasons for leaving Britain, 778 (A) Emperor of Ice Cream, The. Brian Moore, 142 (R) Enahoro case, the, 652 (PC)

Encounter: article by Robert McKenzie, 131 (S), 164 (L)

End of Confrontation, The, 653 (A) End to Chivalry, An, Tom Cole, 378 (R) England's Pride. Julian Symons, 173 (R) English landscapingand Literature 1660-1840, Edward Matins. 732 (R ENGLISH LANGUAGE meanings of 'moderate, 22 (A); 'chiliastic' and other 'with-it' words, 99 (5), 106, 166, 197 (L); 'pragmatic' and 'pragmatical'.

321 (S), 360 (L); 'ambiance', 359 (L); 'Lucullan' or 'Lucullean ?. 783 ((81.)); a grammatical point, 724 (L); etymologies, 732 (R).

83 English Sickness, The, 587 (LA) iSriorhs of the Left, The, 488 (PC) Enter Certain Murderers, Sara Woods, 443 (RI Equinox, Eva Figes, 113 (R) Erhard, Chancellor: The Twilight of Erhard?, 157 (A) Eros Denied—Yet Again, 428 (A) Esau and Jacob, Machado de Assis (trans. Helen Caldwell), 301 (R) Espionage: see Spying Essays on Style and Language, (ed.) Roger Fowler, 795 (R) Etymology: The Oxford Dictionary of English Et fvzzolagy. 732 (RI, 783 (S) Europe: the Western European Union as the place for discussion of Western European defence, 777 (A) EUROPEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY negotiations between the Six, 64 (A); The Europe Britain Must Join, 98 (A); a compromise solution between France and the Five, 131 (S); the Daily Mirror and the Common Market issue, 351 (A); 375 (R); Labour government's desire to join the Common Market, 515 (LA), 565 (L); contrasting attitudes of Britain's DEA and Foreign Office, 516 (PC); France's unwillingness and other barriers to Britain's entry, 593 (S) European Idea, The, Lord Gladwyn, 98 (A) Lampe Britain Must Join, The, 98 (A) Europe of the Dictators, Elizabeth Wiskemann, 504 (R) Evening of the Holiday, The, Shirley Hazzard, 701 (R) Evens While Guarding the Bofors Gun (Hampstead Theatre Club),

496 (AA)

Even with the Shutters Closed, Simon Gandolft, 80 (R) Everett, Peter, The Fetch, 378 (R) Evil Intent, John Wainwright, 443 (R) Ewart, Gavin, Pleasures of the Flesh, 411 (R) Ewbank, Inga-Stina, Their Proper Sphere, 671 (R) Executive Reorganization and Reform in the New Deal. Barry Dean Karl, 230 (R)

Exhumations, Christopher Isherwood, 201 (R) Exports and imports: see TRADE

Exterminating Angel, The, 730 (AA) &wand Brain, R. L. Gregory, 298 (R) F Face Beneath the Mask, The, 179 (A) Fairfield's shipyard, 7 (S) Faith Under Fire, Canon L. John Collins, 563 (A) Oriana, Penelope at War (trans. Pamela Swinglehurst).

378 (R) Fall-Girl, Jill Neville, 334 (R) Falstaff (Staatsoper, Vienna), 363 (AA) Faludy, George, Karoton, 232 (R) Family Moskat, The, Isaac Bashevis Singer, 733 (R) Family Welfare Association, 53 (A) Fanfani's Fall, 4 (A) Fanon, Frantz, The Wretched of the Earth (trans. Constance Farrington), 266 (R) Fantastic Dollar Premium, The, 115 (E) Fatal Impact, The, Alan Moorehead, 203 (R) Father Figures, Kingsley Martin, 48 (R) Faubus, Governor, of Arkansas, 148 (AF) Faugh!, 415 (A) Faulkner, William, 298 (R) Feachem, Richard, The North Britons, 411 (R) Femmes sarantes, Les (Institut Francais), 404 (AA), 433 (L) Fennerton, William, A Touch of Red, 267 (R) Feramontor, Desmond Cory, 700 (RI Fermor, Patrick Leigh, Rounzeli, 605 (R) FESTIVALS St Pancras Arts Festival: opera, 296 (AA), music, 327 (AA); the Cannes Film Festival, 632 (AA); the SPECTATOR'S music critic barred from Aldeburgh, 753 (S) Fetch, The, Peter Everett, 378 (R) I ew Nights and Days, A, Mbella Sonne, 639 (R) Fiedler, Leslie A., The Second Stone, 334 (R) Fielding, Gabriel, Gentlemen in their Season, 794 (R) flees, Eva, Equinox, 113 (R) lighting Cock, The (Chichester Festival Theatre), 760 (AA)

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Fellini, 167 (AA); village film shows, 206 (A); the Cannes Film Festival, 632 (AA); film trade magazines, 627 (AF) final Set, The, Peter Harris, 51 (R) FISANCIAL had balance of ayments figures for 1965's third quarter, 19 (E); can the balance of payments be restored in 1966 ?, 19 (E); wage increases and export prices, 51 (E); the White Paper on investment incentives, 67 (S), 83 (E); the investment dollar premium, 115 1E1; the Industrial Reorganization Corporation, 145 (E), 165 (1). 303 (El; the new Companies Bill, 175 (E). 196, 226 (L);

the cost of saving the £ in July-August 1965. 204 (E); need for an international reserve unit linked with the IMF. 204 (E);

White Paper on Public Expenditure: Planning and Control, 268 (E); Britain's Economy: The Big Lie, 282 (A), 325, 359. 402, 432 (L); little rational discussion on the weakness of the £ , 321

IS); the effects of dear money and high interest rates, 336 (E); savings and inflation, 360 (L), 412 (El. 432, 495 (L); High Rents

and Dear Mortgages, 380 (El; The City and the Prime Minister.

445 (E); How Grim a Budget ?, 477 (El; Creeping Devaluation.

487 (LA); How Relevant is the Budget?, 491 (A); the balance

of payments situation, 505 (E); Mr L. K. O'Brien to succeed

Lord Cromer as Governor of the Bank of England, 519 (S),

543 (El; the budget examined, 555 (LA), 558 (A), 576, 607 (E); the sterling area, 593 (S); Wall Street Cries Wolf, 642 (E); causes

of the economy's weakness, 662 (L); Indian currency devalued by 36i per cent, 715 (LA), 758 (L); the central banks' credits to Britain renewed, 767 (E); advice from the Bank for Inter- national Settlement, 767 (E); damaging side-effects of the SET.

775 (LA); see also ECONOMIC and INCOMES POLICY

Financial Times: 397 (S); Gordon Newton's knighthood, 753 (5)

Fine Art Commission, Royal: its role, 561 (S)

Finland: the Russo-Finnish war, 798 (R) First Battle of Britain 1917-1918, The, Raymond H. Fredette, 764 (R) his in the Pocket, 600 (AA)

I itzGerald, C. P., The Third China, 767 (R)

ittgerald. F. Scott, 170 (R) lame, The, Jim Hunter, 765 (R) lea in her Ear, A (Old Vic), 198 (AA) leas, The, 442 (P) lesh is Weak, The, 659 (A) led: Wounds. David Holbrook, 378 (R) hegende Hollander, Der (Covent Garden), 139 (AA) Inreme, The Companion Guide to, Eve Borsook, 769 (CI) luoridation of water supplies: 253 (S). 291, 326 (L), 358 (M). 360. 403, 433, 465 (L) onus (Consumer Council), 86 (CI)

a correction of fact, 86 (CI); four food guides to France—Guide

Michelin, Relais Routier. Guide Auto -journal. Logic de France.

238 (A), and a fifth, 579 (CI); rice, 270 (CI), 360 (L); food guide- books to London. 768 (C1) Football, Association: Club Before Country, 43 (AA) Foot, M. R. D., S.O.E. in France, 575 (RI Footnotes, 86 (A) Ford, Ford Madox: letters of, 113 (R) Formation of the Liberal Party 1857-1868, The. John Vincent.

502 (RI Fortune-telling, 383 (A) Four Feathers, The, A. E. W. Mason, 17 (RI Fowler, Roger, (ed.) Essays on .Style and Language. 795 (RI Fowles, John, The Magus, 574 (RI, 599 (L) FRANCE de Gaulle's cabinet re-shuffle, 38 (S); Giscard d'Estaing replaced by Debra, 38 (S); France and the EEC, 64 (A); Jean Lecanuel.

99 (S); a compromise solution in the EEC crisis. 131 (S); the Ben Barka affair. 132 (A); gastronomic guides to France. 238 (A) 579 (CI); gives notice of intention to withdraw from NATO.

315 (LA), 319 (A); holds the key to Britain's entry into Europe.

515 (LA); unwilling to admit Britain to the EEC, 593 (S); President de Gaulle's visit to Russia. 683 (LA), 749 (A); relations with Russia, 683 (LA), 718, 749 (A); a civil servant sues the state. 716 (P); what is the future of French defence policy?.

777 (A); continued loyalty to WEU, 777 (AI; 11-bomb test preparations in the Pacific, 786 (A) France — A Wine and Food Guide, Pamela Vandyke Price, 579 ICII

Franks Commission: report on Oxford University, 594 (A), 652

(P), 661, 691 (L); misunderstands Oxford's real Nile, 625 (SI.

661 (L) Frau ohne Schatten, Die (Hamburg State Opera at Sadler's Wells).

600 (AA) Frayn, Michael, The Russian Interpreter, 410 (12) Fredette, Raymond H., The First Battle of Britain 1917;1918.

764 (R) Freedom of the Cage, The, David Lytton, 202 (R)

Freedom of the Individual. Stuart Hampshire, 1 1 1 (R) Freeling, Nicolas. The King of the Rainy Country, 302 (R) Freezing of the Pound, The, 393 (P1

Freischatz, Der (Sadler's Wells), 42 (AA) Freund, Gisele. and V. B. Carleton, James Joyce in Paris: His Final Years. 332 (R) Friedman, Arthur, (ed.) Collected Works of Oliver Goldsmith .

635 (R) Friend Indeed, A (Cambridge), 570 (AA) From Rumania with Love, 156 (A) Front the Dreadnought to Scapa Flow: Vol 3: Jutland amt After.

A. J. Marder, 699 (R) From the Hustings, 351, 394 F. Scott Fitzgerald: A Critical Portrait, Henry Dan Piper, 170 (R1 Fugitive Offenders Act, the, 652 (PC) Full Coverage, James M. Ullman, 302 (R) Fulton Committee on the Civil Service set up. 187 (LA) Furbank, P. N., halo Sveyo, 602 (R) Furncaux, Rupert, Conquest 1066, 230 (R) Future of Mr Heath, The, 393 (PC) Future of Parliamentary Reform, The, 716 (A) Fyrth. H. J., and Maurice Goldsmith, Science, History and

Technology: Book 1, AD 800 to the 1840s. 144 IR) G

Gabo, Naum: exhibition, 321 (S), 362 (AA) Gaines, Ernest J., Catherine Cannier, 174 (R1 Gale Warning, 376 (P) Gamble on God, A, 722 (AF) Gambling, the increase in, 625 (S), 662 (L) Game in Hearen with Tusvy Marx, Piers Paul Read, 701 (R) Gandhi, M. K., .4n Autobiography: The Story of My Experiment: with Truth (trans. Mahadev Desai), 332 (R) Gandhi, Mrs Indira, 67 (S) Gandolfi, Simon, Eren with the Shutters Closed, 80 (R) Gann, L. H., A History of Southern Rhodesia: Early Days to 1934. 265 (R) Gardiner, Leslie, The Eagle Spread.: His Claws, 640 (R) Gardner, Alan. Six-Day IVeck, 606 (R) Garibaldi and His Enemies, Christopher Halbert, 173 (RI Garve. Andrew, Murderer's Fen, 605 (R) Gas: gas cookers. 305 (CI); effects of the North Sea gas finds, 643 (E); the pricing of natural gas, 643 (E); the 'not enough steel pipes' story. 689 (A) Gascoyne. Stanley G. Crawford, 604 (R) GATT, 353 (5) Gault, Henri, and Christian Milian, Guide Julliard de Londres. 143 (R) GENERAL ELECTION

the case for an early election, 155 (LA); the election issues. 247 (LA), 252 (A), 347 (LA); 'confrontations of party leaders on TV, 248 (PC), 259 (AA), 285 (S); the election campaign: 248 (PC). date announced, 250 (A), speeches and campaigns of Mr Wilson and Mr Heath, 316 (PC), 318 (A), Labour and Conservative meetings compared, 318 (Al. the campaign on TV, 323. 351 (Al; Voters, Polls, and Myths, 251 (A); the election manifestoes. 279 (LA), 280 (PC), 303 (El; 280 (P); possible results—in seats— of various percentages of electoral swing. 283 (A); betting on the election, 285 (S); the weather and elections, 285 (S); the press tries to whip up interest. 287 (A); election memories, 288 (AF); The City and the Election. 303 (E); the convent in Preston North constituency, 316 (P); a depressing air of inevitability about the election's outcome, 316 (PC); marginal seats surveyed: East Anglia, 322 (A), London, 350 (A); an anthology of election quotations, 324, 351. 394; The Polities of Consensus. 348 (PC); a Wilson election broadcast parodied, 349 (A); Spare Us a Landslide', 352 (A); the single-constituency public opinion polls unreliable?. 353 (S); the cost of living not an issue, 353 (SI: what the Tories' election theme should be. 353 (S): a W. R. Yeats quotation. 360 (L); a survey of the results of general elections following short Parliaments, 394 (A); On Not Suiting Conservatily. 395 (A); effects of voters' second choices, 402 (L); the Labour party wins the election, 423 (PW), 423 (LA): reflections on the outcome by a psephologist. 425 (Al. and three party representa- tives, 426-7 (A); the recounts at Peterborough— and a bet on Labour's majority, 429 (S); The Times map of the election results, 429 (S); press reactions to the result, 430 (A); how the Conservative right fared, 662 (L) General knowledge competition, a: 675 (A); result, 740 (A) General Strike, the, 547 (A)

Genesis of Modern Management, The, Sidney Pollard, 300 (R) Gentle Assassin. The. Clay Richards, 51 (R) Gentlemen in their Season. Gabriel Fielding, 794 (R) George Ill's madness, 235 (M) Germans Think Again, The, 399 (A)

Field-Marshal Keitel's memoirs, 114 (K); osuato Spengler. 171 (R); a Junkers 52's forced landing in China, 270 IA). 360 (IL; proposed exchange of speakers bet6een Last and West Germans, 517 (A); increasing urgency of question of reunification. 517 (Al: Stipp Dietrich's funeral. 561 (5); the battle for Berlin in 1945. 573 (RI; the plots against link'. 733(8I

Germany, East : relations 6 it h West Getman., 517 (A) GI RMANY. V% I SI

the 1 V detective story ifellIca, 05 (A): the CD( chairmanship. 157 (A); the Twilight of I- chard !. 157 (Al: the St.. lighter %I ashes, 354 (A); 375 IRE klIII Schumacher, 375 (R Gconan thinking over NATO. 399 (A): Dr Adenauer's mentous. 460 I At: change of popular attitude to Last Germany. 517 (Al: increasing en gamey of question of reunification, 517 (Al; an Anglo-Gelman Nuclear Force?. 598 (11_1; the cost of [MDR, 5914 II Germany: Yesterday and Tut, ,,,o.t. Peter II. Merkl, 375 IR) tiettleman. hl Mrs in E., led.) I icznam, 603 (RI


President NkrurnaWs regime overthro6 n, 247 (PW): 250 IA I: Nkruniaisni in theory and practice. 281 I Al. 51,5, 630, 692, 727

(L); the 1: 6ame Nkrumali Ideological Institute, 281 I.V. 433.

565 (LI; possible extradition front Bt ilain. 652 (PC) Ghosts, The, Kathrin Perut/.80IRI Gibraltar: Rod, of pis, on! . 589 I Al Gideon's Tr pet, Anthony Less is, 202 ( R1 Giles, Kenneth, The Big Greed, 605 (t) Gill, Eric, 793 (RI Gi4n218bu(rAg). Ralph: imprisoned for distributing poi noglaphic hooks, Girl on the Alotorcycle, The, Andre Pieyre do Mandiargues, 267 (RI

Girl on the Run, Hillary Waugh. 302 I R1

Girls in ll'hite Satin, Geraldine Napier, 301 (RI Girl wit: the Flower, ihe, Bryan Guinness. 537 (R)

(iirodias, Maurice: to publish in London, 520 (A I. 505, 597,

629. 661 (1) Gladwyn. Lord, The European Idea. 98 (A)

Glass ltlenagerie, The (Haymarket). 14 (AA) Glenn. John Prebble. 370 (R) Godard. Andre, lite Art lz.1 Iron, 474 (R) God, Not Mr Wilson. 36 (AI Gold: commemorative gold medals. 447 (CI); effect on world gold markets of trade sanctions on South Africa, 492151: Goldsmith, Maurice, and H. J. 1-yrth, icoce, History and Technology: Book 1, 4D 81/0 to the 184th, 144 IR/

Goldsmith, Oliver, 635 IR)

Goldwater Caper, The. Richard 11. Rosere, 77 (RI

Gollan, John. 787 (AEI Goodman, Lord: speech in House of Lim ds on the press and the

law, 688 724, 758 (L) Gordon, Das id J., D. H. Lawrence as a Literary Critic, 797 (R)

Gordon, General. 173 (RI

Giirliti. Walter. (ed.) The Memoir, dJ field-Marshal Keitel (trans.

David Irvine). 114 (12 I Gott, Richard, 60 (PC), 131

Gorernment I)spector, the Aldu ych). 1(18 (AA) Go West, I' Alan (if Possible), 158 I P)

Gradus ad Parnassian. 133 (PI Graham. Dr Billy: his London Crusade, 751 I AL 788 (1.1

Gramophone :cords: see Records Grandma, Uncle Ink.. Hilarious and I (Leningrad Gorki Theatre at

the Ald6ych), 632 (AA I

Grant, Michael, The Ciritisurimms of Europe, 474 (R Grass and plant seed. 643 (CI i Grass, (inter. Selectid Poems (trans. Michael Hamburger and

Christopher Middleton), 411 (RI

Graves. .R Merl: Potions selected In hinItal; 038 (RI Graveyard Shift. The, !Larry Patterson. 51 IR) Great Shakespeare Forgery. The, Bernard (irebanier, 440 (RI Crebanier„ Bernard, The Great .Shakespeare hirgery. 440 (RI Greece: 204 (RI: holidaying in Greece and its islands, 414 IA); northern Greece. 605 IR) Green Berets, The, Robin Moore, 5391R( Greene. Graham: made a Companion or Honour, 7 (Si

Greene. Graham, The Comedians. 110 (R)

Green Mayor's Nest, 34 IA) Green Wind, The. Jane Smith. 472 (RI

Gregory, R. L., Kre and /hair, 298 (R)

Grene, Marjorie. The Knower and the III (R) Greyfriars School: Mr Ouelch. 748 (P('). 788 11.)

Grierson, Harriet. -t Willing Victim. 639 IR )

Griffiths, Richard, The Reactionary Revolution. 46 (RI Grimond. Jo: possible retirement from 1 iberal leadership, 7 IS): an open letter to the new HOMO: Secretary. 8 1A), 40 (IA

Guarantees, manufacturers', 448 ICI)

Guardian. The: on the 6eakness of the 1, 321 (S); its support for

the Labour party. 397 on gambling, 0251S1 Guedalla, Philip. 87 (A) Guidebooks to London, 143 (RI. 768 1C11

Guide laniard de Londres. Henri Gault and Christian Milian, 14; (RI. 161 (S) Guinness. Bryan. The Girl with rbr / loner. 537 IR / Gundrey. Elizabeth, I alue for .11 • I.. 147 IC11 Gunnell. Bryn. COlahrion Stormier. 203 IR) Gunter. Ray: his relations wills George Bross n. 19(1 (PC); `. interview, 351 (Al. 359 (LI H

Habit of Authority, The: Paternalism in 1 zz.glish )history, A. P.

Thornton, 200 IR I Hair for wigs, 424 (PI

Haldane, J. B. S., 433 III Haley, Alex, and Malcolm X. lb.' Aurithiography J Alah ohn 668 (RI Haley's Conurtent. 323 (Al

Half-Scissors, 764 (P1

Half-way to Faith. Lord Eccles. 201 IR)

Halley, Anne, Between liars, 61)1 (RI Hall of Mirrors. John Rowan Wilson, 3111 (R) Hall. Peter., The It'orld Cities. 298 (RI Hall, Richard, Zambia. 265 IR) Hal1.1 rex or If New Light on Ohl Ghosts. 210 (R1 Halperin. Morton IL, China and the Bomb. DI 1R) Halshand, Robert, (ed.) The ( omplete 1 criers iy I ad: Afary Wort lo- Alantawa. Vol /. 1708-2)), 142 (R1 Hamilton, tan, The Persecutor, SI IR)

Hanihq IAldwychl, 14 (AA)

Hammett. Dashiell: his novels. 169 (RI

Hampshire, Stuart, Freedom of the Individual. III (RI Hand of Power, The. 319 (A)

Harlow New Town: the Bishopsfield housing estate, 293 (AA) Harris, Peter, The Final Set, 51 (R) Hart, Clive, and Jack P. Dalton, (ed.) Twelve and a Tilly, 332 (R) Hart, Max, The Long Vengeance, 50 (R) Harvester, Simon, Hidden Land, 443 (R) Hastings, the Marquess of, 671 (R), 728 (L) Hatch, Alden, The Mountbattens, 473 (R) Hatch, John, A History of Postwar Africa, 265 (R) Hawk Alone. The, Jack Bennett, 574 (R) Hawkes, John, Second Skin, 113 (R) Haworth, Jann: exhibition, 260 (AA) Hazzard, Shirley, The Evening of the Holiday, 701 (R) Health: health education, 360 (L); danger from untreated sewage

at seaside. 739 (Cl); see also MEDICAL

Heaney, Seamus, Death of a Naturalist, 638 (R) Heath, Adrian: exhibition, 571 (AA)


his difficulties in impressing his leadership on the party, 6 (PC); Mr Heath and his Critics, 63 (LA); and the talks with Sir Hugh Beadle, 96 (A), 99 (S), 136 (L); possible election campaign strategy, 217 (PC); his showing so far as party leader, 218 (A); his task for the general election, 247 (LA); 248 (PC); 280 (PC); his speeches and election campaign, 316 (PC), 318 (A); his relations with the electorate, 348 (PC); 353 (S); little danger from possible rivals for leadership, 393 (PC); the false image presented by the press, 395 (A); loss of support of small business- men, 464 (L); his Shadow Cabinet, 492 (S); 588 (PC) Hecuba (National Theatre of Greece at the Aldwych), 496 (AA) Helps, Arthur, (trans. and ed.) Letters 1913-1936, Oswald Spengler, 171 (R) Hennings, Senator Thomas, 377 (R) Henry IV, Parts I and 2 (Stratford-upon-Avon), 467 (AA) Henry, Francoise, Irish Art in the Early Christian Period to A.D. 800, 411 (R) Hepworth, Barbara: exhibition, 695 (AA) Here Be Giants, 324 (AF) Here Lies, and Lies . . 596 (AF) Her Name Like the Hours, 533 (P) Hero of Too, The, David Martin, 80 (R) H. G. Wells—Journalism and Prophecy, 1893-1946, (comp. and ed.) W. Warren Wagar, I 1 1 (R) Hibbert, Christopher, Garibaldi and His Enemies, 173 (R) Hidden Face, The, Victor Canning, 606 (R) Hidden Land, Simon Harvester, 443 (R) Higgins, Aidan, Langrishe, Go Down, 174 (R) Higham, David, A Simple Story, 503 (R) Highgate Cemetery, 564 (AF), 598 (L) High Rents and Dear Mortgages, 380 (R) Highway Ode, 776 (P) Hill, Geoffrey, 638 (R) Himes, Chester. Cotton Comes to Harlem, 302 (R) Hints learned from experience, 87 (AF) Hire-purchase trading squeezed, 177 (E) History of Postwar Africa, A, John Hatch, 265 (R) History of Shopping, Dorothy Davis, 307 (CI) History of Southern Rhodesia, A: Early Days to 1934, L. H. Gann, 265 (R) Hitler: the plans to assassinate him, 733 (R) Hog Fat at Armageddon, 284 (A) Holbrook, David, Flesh Wounds, 378 (R) Holiday in Spain, 260 (AA)


looking through the holiday brochures, 21 (CI); some specialist agents, 22 (CI); holidays in England, 68 (P); souvenirs, 118 (CI); holiday guides by the Observer and Sunday Telegraph, 118 (CI); advice on Egypt, 236 (A), Morocco and Israel, 238 (A); food guides to France, 238 (A), 579 (Cl); Greece and its islands, 414 (A); Bulgaria, 414 (A); specialised holiday guides, 479 (CI); guides to London's sights, entertainments, food, etc., 768 (CI) Holland: the 'Provo' riots, 778 (A) Holmes, Sherlock, 776 (PC)


dry cleaning, 178 (Cl); firms supplying domestic help, 235 (CI); gas or electric cookers?, 305 (CI); a spring-cleaning, decorating, etc. organisation, 338 (CI); service charges for repairs, 382 (CI); beds, 414 (CI); a 'high speed' kettle, 448 (CI); grass and plant seed, 643 (CI); the Arpi ice-cream machine, 644 (CI); a 'simple girl's guide to kitchens' exhibition, 708 (CI); a charcoal-fired barbecue spit, 739 (Cl) Home Patch, The, Alun Richards, 604 (R) Home, Sir Alec Douglas-: revival in his reputation, 6 (PC); the 1963 leadership struggle, 131 (S); his 'sincerity', 131 (S); William Rees-Mogg's Sunday Times article, 395 (A) Home Thoughts, 68 (P) Home Truths, John Nelson-Jones, 206 (CI) Homosexuality: A New Deal for the Homosexual, 133 (A), 164, 225 (L); Humphry Berkeley's Bill, 133 (A), 161 (S), 225 (L), 625 (S), 691 (L); attitude of the Church of Scotland, 196 (L); a judge's remarks in an appeal case, 321 (S); 366 (R); Somerset Maugham, 596 (A) Honours Lists: Maurice Parsons and Graham Greene, 7 (S); a refusal of an earldom, 509 (A); Gordon Newton's knighthood, 753 (S) Hospitals: inadequate financial provision for building, 690 (M)


New York waiters, 54 (AF): London restaurants, 143 (R), 161 (5); guides to French hotels and food, 238 (A), 579 (CI); hotels that welcome pets and children, 479 (CI); hotels in various countries. 610 (A) Hotspur, Harry, 383 (A) Hounds of Hell, The, Jean Larteguy (trans. Xan Fielding), 334 (R) House at San Silvana, The, Giuseppe Dessi (trans. Isabel Quigly), 410 (R) Householder, The, 260 (AA)

Household, Geoffrey, Sabres on the Sand, 442 (R)


Nigel Lawson's house mortgage, 7, 131 (S), 165 (L), 461 (S); building society loans, 40 (L); tax relief on mortgage interest, 67 (S); the Packington Estate (Islington) dispute, 193 (A), 223 (L); need for guarantees on new houses, 206 (CI); White Paper on the enfranchisement of leaseholds, 216 (A); the Government's cheap mortgage scheme, 248 (PC); a new development at Harlow, 293 (AA); a spring-cleaning, decorating, etc, organisation, 338 (CI); the Woolwich-Erith plan. 361 (AA); High Rents and Dear Mortgages, 380 (El; need to build houses around courtyards, 525 (L); the Government's attitude to housing, 593 (S) House Surgeon, Ian Jeffries, 537 (R) How Grim a Budget ?, 477 (E) How 097 Got His Name, Mary Wickham Bond, 443 (R) How Relevant is the Budget?, 491 (A) How's the World Treating You ? (Wyndham's), 167 (AA) How the Election will be Fought, 217 (PC) Hsti, Immanuel C. Y., The Ili Crisis, 767 (R) Hull North by-election: The Importance of Mr Gott, 66 (PC); 96 (A). 130 (PC), 131 (S), 136 (L), 161 (5) Humphrey, Vice-President Hubert: in Vietnam, 216 (A); 592 (A) Huneker, James Gibbons, 692 (L) Hungary: a political joke, 219 (S) Hunter, Jim, The Flame, 765 (R) Hurn, David Abner, Archbishop Roberts, S.J.: His Life and Writings, 332 (R) Hussey, J. M., (ed.) The Cambridge Medieval History: IV. The Byzantine Empire, Part I: Byzantium and its Neighbours, 763 (R) Hyde, H. Montgomery, Cynthia, 575 (R) Hynd, John, MP, (intro.) Vietnam Legion?, 603 (R) Hysteria, 118 (M) Ice Age, The, Tamas Aczel, 50 (R) Ice-cream machine, the Arpi, 644 (Cl) Iceman Cometh, The, Eugene O'Neill. 297 (R) Ice Palace, The, Tarjei Vesaas (trans. Elizabeth Rokkan), 50 (R) Ideal Husband, An (Strand), 14 (AA) Idiot, The (Leningrad Gorki Theatre at the Aldwych), 632 (AA) I Know What I'm Doing, Hans Koningsberger, 301 (R) Ili Crisis, The, Immanuel C. Y. Hsii, 767 (R) Illustrious Friends, Sheila Birkenhead, 173 (R) Elyria Reborn, Dymphna Cusack, 605 (R) Immigration: doctors from overseas, 53 (A); 'inverted McCarthyism' over restriction of immigration, 325 (L) Importance of Mr Gott, The, 66 (PC) Importance of Mr Mayhew, The, 215 (LA) Incident at Vichy (Phoenix), 137 (AA) In Cold Blood, Truman Capote, 172 (A), 331 (R)


'final collapse' of the prices and incomes policy, 31 (LA); political opposition to any 'early warning' legislation, 37, 160 (PC); Mr Brown's conception of the prices and incomes policy, 97 (PC); the railwaymen's claims, 97 (PC); attitudes in the Conservative party, 127 (LA); strike threat by railwaymen, 128 (A); the negotiations between the Government and the NUR, 190 (PC); 'written off', 155 (LA), 196 (L); Mr Brown's 'early warning' Bill, 253 (S), 254 (A), 488 (PC); the seamen's claims rejected, 620 (PC) In Defence of Oxbridge, 458 (A)


the Tashkent talks with Pakistan: 5 (A), an agreement signed, 32 (A); 10 (L); sudden death of Mr Shastri, 32 (A); India: the Shadow of the Raj, 32 (A); Mrs Gandhi's prospects, 67 (S); Ian Stephens of the Calcutta Statesman, 203 (R); the food situa- tion, 255 (A); currency devalued by 36i per cent, 715 (LA), 758 (L) Indian Courage, 715 (LA) India: the Shadow of the Raj, 32 (A) India: Tragedy at Tashkent, 32 (A) Indonesia: 348 (P); the 'confrontation' with Malaysia, 653 (A); peace talks to take place with Malaysia, 653 (A) Industrial Brinkmanship, 128 (A) Industrial Reorganisation Corporation, 145 (E), 165 (L), 303 (E)


White Paper on investment incentives, 67 (S), 83 (E); the Govern- ment's Industrial Reorganisation Corporation, 145 (E), 165 (L), 303 (E); press industrial correspondents, 189 (A) Influenza, 178 (M) Injustices: the case of Dr Kraus, 756 (AF); Jas. Tynan, 756 (AF), 788 (L) Innes, Michael, The Bloody Wood, 443 (R) Insect Play, The (Czech National Theatre at the Aldwych), 361 (AA) Instant Saint, The, John Sherlock, 765 (R) Instant Zen, 493 (M) Insurance companies: getting costs down, 608 (E) Insurrection in Dublin, The, James Stephens, 501 (R) Interest rates: the building societies and their interest rates, 673 (E) International Monetary Fund, 204 (E) In the Country, John Branfield, 301 (R) In the Heat of the Night, John Ball, 302 (R) In the Spring the War Ended, Steven Linakis, 232 (R) Intimations of Mortality, 564 (AF) Intruder, The, Anton Myrer, 670 (R) Investment incentives, White Paper on, 67 (S), 83 (E) Investment Largesse, 83 (E) Invisible Americans, The, 5 (A) Invisible Japanese Gentlemen, The, 9 (A) Ireland: the Easter Rising, 501 (R)


the Anglo-Irish trade agreement, 38 (S); 98 (P); the scene surveyed, 400 (A); the 'orgy' at Killorglin, 605 (R); the presidential election candidates, 654 (A) Ireland Since the Rising, Timothy Patrick Coogan, 501 (R) Ireland, William Henry: his Shakespeare forgeries, 440 (R) IRI, 64 (A), 165 (L) Irish Art in the Early Christian Period to A.D. 800, Francoise Henry, 411 (R) Irish Struggle, 1916-1926, The, (ed.) Desmond Williams, 501 (R) Irving, John, The Smoke Screen of Jutland, 699 (R) Is General Practice Outmoded ?, 430 (M) Isherwood, Christopher, Exhumations, 201 (R) Israel, 238 (A) Is the 'Irk' a Fascist Beast?, 145 (E) Is There a Future for the Independent Schools?, 685 (A) halo Svevo, P. N. Furbank, 602 (R) Italy: effects of the fall of Signor Fanfani, 4 (A); the IRI (institute for industrial reconstruction), 64 (A), 165 (L) It Happened Here, 600 (AA) It Won't Get You Anywhere, Desmond Skirrow, 700 (R) Ivanov (Phoenix), 14 (AA)

1 Want What I Want, Geoff Brown, 378 (R) J

Jacob, the story of, 580 (A) Jacobsen, Arne, 761 (AA) Jacobsen, Josephine, and William R. Mueller, The Testament of Samuel Beckett. 532 (R) Jacobson, Dan. The Beginners, 670 (R) James Joyce in Paris: His Final Years, Gisele Freund and V. B. Carleton, 332 (R) Japan, 231 (R) Jarrell, Randall, The Lost World, 638 (R) Jeffries, Ian, House Surgeon, 537 (R) Jellicoe, G. A., Studies in Landscape Design. Vol. 2, 732 (R) Jenkins, Roy: an open letter from Jo Grimond, 8 (A); liberal?,

625 (S): and the Kwesi Armah extradition application, 652 (PC) JOHNSON, PRESIDENT LYNDON B.

peace moves over Vietnam, 4 (A); 10 (P); domestic difficulties over the Vietnam war, 129 (A); attitude to General Ky, 459 (A); his father's advice, 488 (P); at Princeton University, 622 (A); criticism of and opposition to his Vietnam policy, 686 (A) Joker, The, 43 (AA) Jones, Bradshaw, Testament of Evil, 700 (R) Jones, Leroi, 536 (A) Jones, Stead, The Ballad of Oliver Powell, 503 (R) Journalists, anti-Communist, 119 (AF), 136 (L) Journal of Contemporary History: Volume I, No. 1, 48 (R) Journey from St Petersburg to Pekin 1719-22, John Bell (ed. Ion Stevenson), 605 (R) Journey to the Frontier, Peter Stansky and William Abraham,. 572 (R) Joyce, James: 332 (R); a shorter Finnegans Wake, 794 (R) Judge, The, Alan Thomas, 472 (R) Judgment of Hull, The, 96 (A) Juliet of the Spirits, 167 (AA) Juno and the Paycock (Old Vic), 570 (AA) Jussem-Wilson, N., Charles Pfguy (Studies in European Literator, and Thought), 46 (R) 'Justice' report on the press and the law, 688 (S), 724, 758 (L) Justin Mayan, David Weiss, 142 (R) Jutland, the battle of, 699 (R)


Kaldor, Nicholas, 555 (LA), 557 (PC) Kandy-Kolored Tangerine-Flake Streamline Baby, The, Tom Wolfe, 264 (R) Karl, Barry Dean, Executive Reorganisation and Reform in the New Deal, 230 (R) Karoton, George Faludy, 232 (R) Katyn massacre, the, 171 (R) Kazin, Alfred, Starting Out in the Thirties, 441 (R) Keitel, Field-Marshal: memoirs, 114 (R) Kelley, William Melvin, A Drop of Patience, 334 (R) Kelly, Mary, Dead Corse, 574 (R) Kemper, Donald J., Decade of Fear, 377 (R) Kennedy, D. E., The Security of Southern Asia, 18 (R) Kennedy, Malcolm, A Short History ofJapan, 231 (R) Kennedy, Margaret, Women at Work, 794 (R) Kennedy, Senator Robert: 249 (A); his visit to South Africa and his political ambitions, 721 (S) Kerensky, Alexander, The Kerensky Memoirs: Russia and History's Turning Point, 668 (R) Kerensky Memoirs, The: Russia and History's Turning Point, Alexander Kerensky, 668 (R) Kerouac, Jack, Desolation Angels, 670 (R) Kershaw, Alister, and Frederic-Jacques Temple, (ed.) Richard Aldington: An Intimate Portrait, 264 (R) Kettle, a 'high speed', 448 (CI) Keynes, Geoffrey, (ed.) Blake's Complete Writings, 407 (R) Khartoum, 730 (AA) Khrushchev, Nikita: denunciation of Stalin at the twentieth party congress, 221 (A) Killing of Sister George, The (Duke of York's), 14 (AA) Kill Me Pretty, 207 (A) Killorglin, 605 (R) Kimono Mind, The, Bernard Rudofsky, 231 (R) King and Common Room, 6 (P) King Between, The, David Martin, 574 (R) King of the Rainy Country, The, Nicolas Freeling, 302 (R) King Over the Water, The, 249 (A) King, Peter, Afghanistan: Cockpit in High Asia, 605 (R) King's Evil, 235 (M) King's Man, The, 592 (A) Kirkup, James, Tokyo, 231 (R) Kirkwood, Kenneth, Britain and Africa, 265 (R) Kirsch, Robert, The Wars of Pardon, 50 (R) Kirst, Hans Hellmut, The 20th July, 537 (R) Kitchens: an ice-cream machine, 644 (CI); fittings and furnishings.

708 (CI) Kitchin, Harcourt, You May Smoke, 479 (CI) Klatt, Werner, The Chinese Model, 18 (R) Klemperer, Otto, 168 (AA) Knack, The (Royal Court), 227 (AA) Knights and Dragons, Elizabeth Spencer, 267 (R) Knower and the Known, The, Marjorie Grene, 111 (R) Kodak, Ltd: criticised by the Monopoly Commission, 579 (C1) Koningsberger, Hans, I Know What I'm Doing, 301 (R) Kosygin's Russia Reassesses Stalin, 221 (A) Koyre, Alexandre, Newtonian Studies, 144 (R) Kraus, Dr Arthur J., 756 (AF)

Krautheimer, Richard, Early Christian and Byzantine Arc tare.

474 (R) Kremlin Talks to the Vatican, The, 518 (A) Ky, Air Vice-Marshal, 459, 621 (A) Kynd Kittock's Land, Sydney Goodsir Smith, 411(R)


Labour Corps, 189 (A)


an open letter from Jo Grimond to the new Home Secretary. 8 (A); no co-ordinated transport policy, 34 (A); opposition inside the party to 'early warning' legislation, 37, 160 (PC); %%hue Paper on investment incentives, 67 (S), 83 (E); educational plans threaten the direct-grant schools, 68 (A), 105, 136, 165, 196 (Li, Rhodesia: no alternative to negotiating with Mr Smith, 95 (LM 135 (L); the Industrial Reorganisation Corporation, 145 (1,1, 165 (L), 303 (E); its first year a wasted year, 155 (LA); message supporting US bombing in Vietnam, 160 (PC); Mr Wilsons visit to Moscow, 189 (A); the Government's negotiations with the NUR over the threatened rail strike, 190 (PC); controversy over the 'East of Suez' policy, 192 (A), 748 (PC), 748 (P); resigna- tion of Christopher Mayhew, 214 (LA); the White Paper On defence, 215 (LA), 222 (A), 257 (L); the White Paper on enfranchisement of leaseholds, 216 (A); general election: campaign strategy and themes, 217 (PC), the issues, 247, 347 (LA), the election manifesto, Time for Decision, 279 (LA), 2S0 (PC), 303 (E); the Chief Whip and the appearance of MPs on • TV, 219, 253 (S), 291 (L); relations of local parties with then MPs (and candidates), 220 (A), 257 (L); Mr Callaghan s announcement of coming budget measures, 248 (PC), 253 (SI: the cheap mortgage scheme, 248 (PC); the White Paper on the planning and control of public expenditure, 268 (E): empir.e* building ministers, 280 (PC); Britain's Economy: The Big 11c. 282 (A), 325, 359, 402, 432 (L); amalgamation and streamlining of ministries not yet carried out, 285 (S); the party's record on taxation, 289 (L); The Politics of Consensus, 348 (PC); a Wilson election broadcast parodied, 349 (A); the dangers of a massive majority, 352 (A), 402 (L); close correlation between economic climate and Opposition popularity since 1955, 391 (LA), .432. 464 (L); chance of a long spell of power, 391 (LA); the National -Plan already dead?, 396 (A); what is expected of the Government, 423 (LA); the Government wins the general election, 423 (PA /- 423 (LA), 424 (A); Mr Brown and Mr Callaghan to retain their posts, 424 (PC); a Labour MP on the election result, 426 (4); relations between the Government and the City of London.

445 (E); Creeping Devaluation, 487 (LA); Cabinet members and economic policy, 488 (PC); occupying the energies of new M Ps, 488 (PC); desire expressed to join the EEC, 515 (LA), 565 (L): Mr Brown, the DEA and the Common Market, 516 (PC); a value-added tax under consideration, 619 (LA); the seamen's strike: their claims, 620 (PC), 625 (S), court of inquiry into the dispute, 688 (S), 747 (LA); the Kwesi Armah extradition case, 652 (PC); concessions to the unions over liner trains, 656 (S); the parliamentary party's discontent with Mr Wilson, 684 (PC); Richard Marsh and a story in The Times, 689 (A); its economic policy one of `stop-go', 720 (A); Woodrow Wyatt at odds with the Government, 721 (S), 748 (PC), 785 (A); relations with Cabinet colleagues the roots of Mr Wilson's difficulties, 748 (PC); leakages of information, 776 (PC); its policy the strategy of weakness, 779 (A); governing on the basis of the consensus 779 (A); press relations and official 'leaks', 785 (A); see also

INCOMES POLICY and individual ministers

Lambert, Gavin, Norman's Letter, 701 (R) Lamont, Lansing, Day of Trinity, 408 (R) Land: great estates, 307 (A) Lund of My Fathers, 659 (A) Landscape of Nightmare, The, Jonathan Baumbach, 298 (R) Landscaping and design, 732 (R) Langrishe, Go Down, Aidan Higgins, 174 (R)

Language of Fiction, David Lodge, 376 (R) Language Lesson, 410 (P)

Laos, 333 (R) Larsen, Bent, 801 (C) Larteguy, Jean, The Hounds of Hell (trans. Xan Fielding), 334 (R) Lasch, Christopher, The New Radicalism in America (1889-1963), 230 (R) Laslett, Peter, The World We Have Lost, 300 (R) Last Analysis, The, Saul Bellow, 371 (R) Last Battle, The, Cornelius Ryan, 573 (R) Last Exit to Brooklyn, Hubert Selby, Jr, 113 (R)

Lawrence, D. H.: his plays, 16 (R); his short stories as TV plays,

139 (AA); 797 (R) Lawry, Bill, 37( P) Lawson, Nigel: his house mortgage, 7 (S), 40 (L), 131 (S), 165 (L), 461 (S); an apology from Mr Wilson?, 688 (S) 1.1;j's Silent Spring, 622 (A) Leader in Search of a Party, A, 684 (PC) Leading the Colour-Blind, 626 (A) Leaking Harold's Boots, 785 (A) Lear, Edward, Edward Lear in Greece, 203 (R) Leaseholds: White Paper on the enfranchisement of leaseholds, 216 (A); Scottish leasehold, 291 (L) Lessor, James, Passport to Peril, 443 (R) Leaves of Grass, Walt Whitman (ed. Harold W. Blodgett and Sculley Bradley), 365 (R) Leavis, Dr F. R.: his 'holy wars', 376 (R), 525 (L) Lecanuet, Jean, 99 (S) Leconfield, Henry, Second Baron, 509 (A) Lederer, William J., and Eugene Burdick, Sarkhan, 539 (R) Leech, Clifford, O'Neill, 297 (R) Lee, Fred, 98 (PC), 99 (S) Left in Europe, The, David Caute, 298 (R)


need for legal reform, 8 (A); contempt of court, 35 (A); committal proceedings, 67 (S); the right to counsel, 202 (R); White Paper on leaseholds, 216 (A); remarks by two judges, 321 (5); the Moors murder trial, 489, 520 (A), 524, 565 (L); Kwesi Amiah and extradition to Ghana under the Fugitive Offenders Act, 652 (PC); Lords debate on the press and the law, 688 (S), 724, 758 (L); the train robbers' long sentences, 783 (S) Legum, Colin, (ed.) Africa: A Handbook, 265 (R) Lcishman, J. B., The Art of Marvell's Poetry, 77 (R)

Lemmon' Charles H., Dorothy Whitelock, David C. Douglas, and Frank Barlow, The Norman Conquest, 230 (R)

Lengyel, Jozsef, Prenn Drifting, 174 (R)

Leopardi, Giacomo, (ed., trans., and intro., Iris Origo and John Heath-Stubbs) Selected and Poetry, 795 (Ft)

Let's Get a Divorce! (Mermaid), 729 (AA) Letters: delay in delivery, 656 (S), 789 (L) Letters 1913-1936, Oswald Spengler (trans. and ed. Arthur Helps), 171 (R) Letters of C. S. Lewis, The, (ed.) W. M. Lewis, 700 (R) Letters of Dante Gabriel Rossetti, 1835-1870, The, (ed.) Oswald Doughty and J. R. Wahl, 47 (R) Letters of Ford Madox Ford, (ed.) Richard M. Ludwig, 113 (R) Lewis, Anthony, Gideon's Trumpet, 202 (12) Lewis, Cecil, Sagittarius Rising, 539 (R) Lewis, C. S., 700 (R) Lewis, J. Perry, Building Cycles and Britain's Growth, 300 (R) Lewis, Norman, .4 Small War Made to Order, 410 (R) Lewis, W. M., (ed.) The Letters of C. S. Lewis, 700 (R) Lewis, Wyndham, The Apes of God, 640 (R) UM: Private Eye loses libel action, 163 (A)


Jo Grimond may give up leadership later this year, 7 (S); Liberal views on vouchers in welfare, 353 (S), 403 (L); a Liberal view of the election result, 427 (A), 464 (L); 502 (R); David Steel's Private Member's Bill, 625 (S), 691 (L), 783 (S) Liberty's Muddy Fountain, 489 (A) Libraries: part of USIS Library in London reprieved, 7 (5) Life at the Top, 43 (AA) Life of Eric Gill, The, Robert Speaight, 793 (R) Life with the Lions, 287 (A) Lily in Little India, A (St Martin's), 108 (AA)

I Lin tkis• Steven, In the Spring the War Ended, 232 (R) '

1 Lindsay, Jack, The Sunset Ship, 326 (AM Lindsay, Maurice, (ed.) Modern Scottish Poetry, 411 (R) Lindsay, Maurice, George Bruce, and Edwin Morgan, (ed.) Scottish Poetry I, 411 (R) Lindsay, Mayor John: handling of the New York transport strike, 34, 69 (A) Little Lnve, A Little Learning, .4, Nina Bawden, 334 (R) Little Malcolm and His Struggle Against the Eunuchs (Garrick), 167 (AA) Little Rock, Arkansas, 148, 179 (AF) Lloyd, Alan, The Year of the Conqueror, 230 (R) Lloyd, Selwyn: visit to Rhodesia, 219 (S) Local government: the grant of a mortgage to Nigel Lawson, 7, 131

(S). 165 (L), 461 (S)

Lockwood Concern, The, John O'Hara, 472 (II) Lockwood, William W., (ed.) The State and Economic Enterprise In Japan, 231 (R)

Lodge, David, . Language of Fiction, 376 (R)


nlaycentres 103 (A); a guide book, 143 (R), 161 (S); the Pacloington Estate housing dispute, 193 (A), 223 (L); a survey of marginal seats, 350 (A); BP's City skyscraper, 468 (AM; ducks in a London garden, 625 (S); the Whitechapel Gallery, 631 (AM; guides to London's sights, entertainments, food, etc., 768 (CI) Lonely at the Top, 748 (PC) Long Day's Journey into Night, Eugene O'Neill, 297 (R) Long Haul, The, 455 (AA) Long Vengeance, The, Max Hart, 50 (R) Lordly Ones, The, Patrick Raymond, 232 (R) Lord Protector Wilson, 130 (PC) Lords, House of: proposals for televising, 519, 753 (5) Lost World, The, Randall Jarrell 638 (R) Loved Ones, The, 434 (AA) Love for Love (Old Vic), 14 (AA) Love: Lord Bolingbroke's advice, 769 (A) Love's Labour Exposed, 134 (A) Lowell, Robert: translation of Racine's Phedre, 41 (AA); un- successful candidate for the Oxford Professorship of Poetry, 107 (AA), 136, 165 (L), 166 (AA), 197, 225 (L); 502 (Ft) LSD: The Truth About LSD. 623 (A)

Lucifer Falling, Terence de Vere White, 142 (R.)

Lucky Dip Abortions, 626 (M) Lucky Doug, 627 (AF) 'Lucullan' and 'Lucullean', 692 (L) Ludwig, Richard M., (ed.) Letters of Ford Madox Ford, 113 (R) Lunch with a Famous British Poet, 112 (P) Lyall, Gavin, Shooting Script, 605 (R) Lying in politics, R. H. S. Crossman on, 196 (L) Lykiard, Alexis, Zones, 442 (R) Lynskey Tribunal, the, 605 (R) Lysergic acid diethylamide, 623 (A) Lytton, David, The Freedom of the Cage, 202 (R)


McBain, Ed, Doll, 700 (R) McCarthy, Senator, 377 (R) McCutcheon, Hugh, The Black Attendant, 606 (R) McIntyre, Tommy, 403 (L) Mackenzie, Compton, My Life and Times: Octave Fire, 1915-23, 264 (R) McKenzie, Robert: on the 1963 Conservative leadership struggle, 131 (S), 164 (L) Macleod, lain: and the Conservative party leadership, 6 (PC); 393 (PC) Macmillan, Harold: reason for his resignation, 131 (S), 164 (L); 598 (L) MacMillan, Kenneth: to leave the Royal Ballet, 599 (AA) Macmillan, Lady Dorothy: a tribute, 656 (S) McNamara, Robert: gives figures of dispatch of arms and men to Vietnam, 284 (A) Macrory, Patrick, Signal Catastrophe, 366 (R) Mademoiselle (Cannes Film Festival), 632 (AA) Magee, Bryan, One in Twenty, 366 (R) Magritte, Rene: exhibition, 12 (AA) Magus, The, John Fowles, 574 (II) Mahler's symphonies, 497 (AA) Maiden Castle, John Cowper Powys, 733 (it) Maigret on the Defensive, Georges Simenon, 605 (II) Maigret Sets a Trap, Georges Simenon, 51 (R) Mail in the Van, 223 (A) Maisky, Ivan, Spanish Notebooks, 733 (12) Make or Break, 31 (LA) Malaysia: the 'confrontation' with Indonesia, 653 (A); peace talks to take place with Indonesia, 653 (A) Malcolm X: his autobiography, 668 (R) Matins, Edward, English Landscaping and Literature 1660-1840, 732 (12) Man and Superman (Vaudeville), 14 (AA) Manceron, Claude, Austerlitz: The Story of a Battle (trans. George Unwin), 700 (12) Mandarin and Other Stories, The, Eca de Queiroz, 503 (R) Mandiargues, Andre Pieyre de, The Girl On the Motorcycle, 267 (R) Manhattan's skyscrapers and Fulton Fish Market, 23 (AF) Manifesto for a 1966 Election, 162 (A) Mann, William, 42 (AA) Manny Lawry, 37 (P) Man of the People, A, Chinua Achebe, 113 (II) Man with the Little Dog, The, Georges Simenon, 51 (R) Marching Song, 348 (P) Marder, A. J., From the Dreadnought to Scapa Flow; Vol. 3:Jutland and After. 699 (R) Marlowe, Derek, A Dandy in Aspic, 700 (R) Marriage of True Minds, The, 456 (P) Marsh, Richard: and the 'not enough steel piping' story, 689 (A)

Martin, David A., Pacifism. Ill (R)

Martin, David: The Hero of Too, 80 (R); The King Between, 574 (R) Martin, Kingsley, Father Figures, 48 (R) Martin, Robert Bernard, The Accents of Persuasion, 671 (R) Marvell, Andrew, 77 (R) Mason, A. E. W., The Four Feathers, 17 (R) Matthews, Ronald, African Powder Keg, 265 (R) Maude, Angus: controversial article on the Conservative party, 39 (A), 67 (S), 71 (L), 101 (A), 105 (L); 656 (S)

Maudling, Reginald: and the Conservative party leadership, 6

(PC); attitude to incomes policy, 127 (LA); 393 (PC) Maudling v. Powell, 127 (LA) Maugham, Robin, Somerset and all the Maugharns, 439 (R) Maugham, W. Somerset: 439 (RI, 596 (A); and his wife, 636 (R) Maurois, Andre, Prometheus: The Life of Balzac, 299 (R) Mayhew, Christopher: resigns on issue of defence, 215 (LA) Mazzaro, Jerome, The Poetic Themes of Robert Lowell, 502 (R) M Bublens Sues for Undertime, 716 (P) Me and My Vote, 288 (AF) Measure for Measure (Theatre Royal, Bristol), 293 (AA) Mechanical Man, The, 395 (A) Medals, commemorative gold, 447 (Cl)


series of fortnightly articles on medicine in the SPECTATOR, 38 (S), 73, 106 (L); diagnosis by telephone, 38 (S). 72 (D. 99 (S). 106 (L); shortage of hospital doctors, 53 (M), 73 (L); influenza and the common cold, 178 (M); Does Hysteria nisi 118 (MI; porphyria end schizophrenia. 235 (M); can physical illness cause psychological symptoms?, 235 (MI; diabetes, 236 (MI, 325 (L); the fluoridation of water supplies, 253 (S), 291, 326 (L), 358 (MI, 360, 403, 433, 465 (L); psoriasis, 256, 358 (AF); Morality and the Health Service, 287 (M); need for health education, 360 (L); Is General Practice Outmoded?, 430 (M). 465 (L); cigarettes and lung cancer, 479 (Cl); drug addiction, 493 (M); old people and a natural diet, 566 (L); Lucky Dip Abortions, 626 (M), 727, 758, 788 (L); an obsession about water, 644 (A); What Should I Tell My Daughter?, 658 (A), 691, 727, 759, 789 (L); leaving it to nature, 754 (M)

Medical diary, a, 522 (A) Medicine Men, The, James Balfour, 537 (R) Medicine Today, 53, 118, 178, 235, 287, 358, 430, 493, 560, 626, 658, 690, 754 (M) Medieval Welsh Lyrics, (trans.) Joseph P. Clancy, 231 (R) Megalopolis at the Polls, 350 (A) Melissa Lifts the Lace Curtain, 65 (A) Member for MCA fro, Desmond Young, 473 (Ft) Memoirs 1945-1953, Konrad Adcnauer (liens. Beate Rubin von Oppen), 460 (A) Memoirs of a New Man, William Cooper. 604 ( RI Memoirs of Field-Marshal keitel, the, (ed.) Walter Liiirlitz (trans.

David Irving), 114 (R) Memories of childhood, 324 (All Mendelsohn, Oscar, Dictionary of Drink anti Drinking. 178 (CI) Men of Power. 518 (Al Mental health: physical causation of ps■chological symptoms ?, 235 (MI; The Truth About LSD, 623 IAI Meredith, James: wounded on a civil rights march, 750 (A) Meredith's March, 750 (A) Merkl, Peter H., Germany: YeArerday and Tomorrow, 375 (12) Messiah, Handel's. 11 (L) Afichael Joe. William Cotter Murray, 80 (RI Michigan State University's Vietnam project, 490 (Al Microco.on, The, Maureen Duffy, 640 (R)

Mielche, Hakon, Portrait oljapan )tran,. Maurice Michael). 231 (RI

Millau, Christian, and Henn Gault. Guide Julliard de Londres, 143 (R) Miller, J. Hillis, Poets of Reality, 603 IR)

Millgate, Michael, The Achievement of Will

Mills, Hugh, The Early Doors, 174 (II) Milton's Paradise Lost? 284 (A) Mirage, The, 22 (A)

Mirbeau, Octave , Diary of a Chamber maid (inns. Douglas Garman),

794 (IQ Mire. Joan: exhibition, 528 (AA) Mirror on the troll, 351 (A) Misfits, life's, 627 (AF) Mishima, Yukio, The Sailor Who Fell from Grace with the Sea (trans. John Nathan), 410 (R) Miss Julie (Old Vic), 327 (AA) Miss Macintosh, My Darling, Marguerite Young, 701 (R) Mist, 302 (P) Mitchell, David, Women on the Warpath. 531 (R) `Moderates', 22 (A) Modern Poets on Modern Poetry. (ed.) James Scully, 638 (R) Modern Scottish Poetry, (ed.) Maurice Lindsay. 411 (RI Alodern Tragedy, Raymond Williams, 731 (R) Modesty Blaise, 600 (AA) Moinot, Pierre, An Ancient Enemy, 765 (R) Monarchy, The: involvement of the Queen in the Rhodesia crisis distasteful, 105 (L); the Queen's Caribbean tour, 254 (A); the abdication of Edward VIII, 504 (R) Mongolia: relations with Russia, 398 (A) Monopoly Commission: report on price of colour films, 579 (CI) Monsieur Nicolas, or The Duman Heart laid Bare, Rest& de la Bretonne (trans. and ed. Robert Baldick), 471 (R) Monsoon Morning, Ian Stephens. 203 (R) Montagu, Elizabeth, Change and Other Stories, 701 (R) Montagu, Lady Mary Wortley: letters, 142 (12) Montefiore, Alan. and Bernard Williams, (ed.) British Analytical Philosophy. 795 (11) Monteilhet, Hubert, The Prisoner of Love, 605 (R) Month in the Country, A (Cambridge), 14 (AA)

Moore, Brian, The Emperor of Ire Cream, 142 (It )

Moorehead, Alan, The Fatal Impact, 203 (R) Moore, Robin, The Green Berets. 539 (R) Moors murder trial, the, 489, 520 (A), 524, 565 (L) Morality and the Health Service, 287 (M) Morality Begins at Home, 216 (A)

Morals and politics: the case of Commander Courtney, 161 (S),

196, 225 (L) Moran, Lord: publication of clinical material about Sir Winston Churchill, 519 IS), 560 (MI, 596, 657, 782 (A) Moran, Lord, Winston Chart-hill: The Struggle for Survival 1940- 1965, 657 (A) More Capital Curbs Ahead, 505 (E) More Decisive Than Most, 425 (A) Morgan-A Suitable Case for Treatment. 527 (AA) Morgan, Edwin, Maurice Lindsay, and George Bruce, (ed.) Scottish Poetry 1, 411 (R) Morning After, 71,e, 430 (A) Morocco: the Ben Barka affair. 132 (A); 238 (A) Morris, Donald R., The It of the Spears: The Rise and Fall of the Zulu Nation, 606 (RI Morris, Jean, A Decant of Fair Children, 378 (R)


Nigel Lawson's house mortgage, 7 (SI, 40 (L), 131 (S), 165 (L), 461 (S); income tax relief, 67 (S); the Government's cheap mortgage scheme, 248 (('C); nigh Bents and Dear Mortgages, 380 (E); interest rates, 593 (S) IMossman„ James, Beggars on Horseback, 604 (R)

Most Brisk and Giddy-paci,d .4, 560 (A)

Most English Al Mister . . 'The: The Policies and Politics of Palmerston, Donald Southgate, 112 (RI


the AA handbook Co- Driver: The ,,,,, rises Companion, 338 (Cl); a way of taxing dangerous driving. 561 (5); criticism of

safety of American cars, 561 (S), 776 (I'); dumped cars and the

Proler-Cohen car crusher. 609 (Cl); seatbelts and safety, 721 (S); dangerous drivers and how to deal with them, 799 (CI)

Mountains of Winter, Shirley Schoonover, 442 IR)

,tfounthattens, The, Alden (latch. 473 IR)

Mourning Becomes rleCtea, Lugene O'Neill, 297 (R)

Mousetrap, The (Ambassadors), 14 IAA) Moving larger, The, 695 IAA) Alr Brown's European Adventure. 516 PC) Mr Brown's Italian Lesson, 64 (A) 11r Brown's 11'irec, Bill. 254 (A) Ate Callaghan's Day, 268 (E) Crossonan's Crichel Down?. 193 (A) Alr Heath and his Critics, (i3 (LA) 11r Heath's Disk, 247 (LA)

Sir Holroyd Takes a Holiday. William Stanley, 443 IRI .'.fr Humphrey in Ilernant. 216 (A)

.11r Jenkins's Enaltrour!. 652 (PC) .11r McNamara in Camera, 192 (1.) .tire Bra:he's August Pitnic, Jacqueline Wheldon, 232 (R) Mr it ilson and the Lobby. 96 (Al Mr Wilson and the 'Spectator'. 556 i LA) Sir Wilson's Fourth Republie, 779 (A) Mueller, William R.. and Josephine Jacobsen, The Testa ,,,, of Samuel Beckett, 532 (RI Muggeridge, Malcolm: on politicians, 456 (PC); on Evelyn Waugh, 562 (A) Munsinger case in Canada. the, 357 (A) Murder: the Moors murder trial, 489, 520 (A), 524, 565 (L) Murderer's Fen. Andrew Garve, 605 (RI Murphy, Rich ird, 411 (R) Murray. William Cotter, Michael Joe. 80 (R) Musgrave. Sir Cyril, 99 (5)


'prissy and exiguous' accompaniments in II (L); Der Freischiitz (Sadler's %Veils). 42 (AA); William Mann on opera, 42 (AA); The Vision of Saint Augustine (Michael Tippet:). 108 (AA); Shuns Cherkassky, 109 (AM: Der Iliegende Hollander

tattlAner, 298 (Ft )

(Covent Garden), 139 (AA); The Thieving Magpie (Sadler's Wells). 139 (AA); the Hungarian String Quartet play Beethoven, 168 (AA); Dr Klemperer, 168 (AA); 227 (AA); Parsifal (Covent Garden), 261 (AA); Britten's Curlew River, 261 (AA); St Pancras Arts Festival: opera, 296 (AA), music, 327 (AA); Falstaff (Vienna Staatsoper), 363 (AA); a recording of Rossini's Stabat Mater, 429 (S), 495, 525, 566, 598 (L); Richard Strauss's Elektra, 435 (AA); Stravinsky's Les Noces, 435 (AA); Bach's Saint Matthew Passion music, 467 (AA); two concertos, 467 (AA); Mahler's symphonies, 497 (AA); Der Rosenkavalier (Covent Garden). 527 (AA), 566 (1); Hamburg State Opera at Sadler's Wells: Die Frau ohne Schatten, Cosi fan tutte and Lulu, 600 (AA); concert series in Westminster Abbey, 631 (AA); Turandot (Covent Garden) and Offenbach's Bluebeard (Sadler's Wells), 663 (AA); Dido and Aeneas (Glyndebourne), 694 (AA); Massenet's Werther at Glyndebourne, 729 (AA); the SPECTATOR'S music critic barred from Aldeburgh, 753 (S); Richter's Festival Hall recital and his encores from Rachmaninov, 790 (AA)

lily Grandfather, 509 (A) My Home is Copacabana, 140 (AA) My Life and Times: Octave Five, 1915-23, Compton Mackenzie, 264 (R) Myrer, Anton, The Intruder, 670 (R) Mysteries of Udolpho, The, Ann Radcliffe (ed. Bonamy Dobree), 372 (R) My Sweet Charlie, David Westheimer, 765 (R)


1Vabarro Boy. The, 588 (P) Nairn, Ian, Nairn's London, 473 (R) Nairn, Ian, Your England Revisited, 473 (R) Nairn's London, Ian Nairn, 473 (R) Naked Runner, The, Francis Clifford, 302 (R) Nameless Coffin, A. Gwendoline Butler, 605 (R) Napier, Geraldine, Girls in White Satin, 301 (R) National Economic Development Council (NEDC): Fred Cather- wood a possible successor to Sir Robert Shone, 429 (S) National Health Service: Morality and the Health Service, 287 (M); inadequate financial provision for hospital building, 690 (M) National Institute of Economic and Social Research: its pre-budget economic survey, 282 (A), 325 (L); re-appraises the National Plan, 396 (A); a misguided gag on its members, 492 (S), 565 (L); on the Government's economic policies, 688 (S) National Plan, the: already dead?, 396 (A); 720 (A) Navy, Royal: no more aircraft carriers?, 191 (S), 218 (P) Navy's Salute, The, 218 (P) Nazism: Sepp Dietrich, 561 (S) Nelson-Jones, John, Home Truths, 206 (CI) Neuchterlein, Donald E., Thailand and the Struggle for Southeast Asia, 333 (R) Never Call Retreat, Bruce Calton, 374 (R) Neville, Jill, Fall-Girl, 334 (R) New Deal for the Homosexual, A, 133 (A) New Governor, A, 543 (E) New Light on Old Ghosts, Trevor H. Hall, 230 (R) New Outlook (Liberal magazine), 353 (S), 403 (L) New Poems 1965. A P.E.N. Anthology of Contemporary Poetry, (ed.) C. V. Wedgwood, 638 (R) ew Radicalism in America (1889-1963), The, Christopher Lasch, 230 (R) New Radio Drama (BBC), 226 (AA) News of the World: now challenged by the People, 69 (A) New Statesman: contempt of court cases against Clifford Sharp, 35 (A); Kingsley Martin, 48 (R) Newton, Gordon: knighted, 753 (S) Newtonian Studies, Alexandre Koyre, 144 (R) New Year for Sterling, The, 19 (E)


Manhattan's skyscrapers, 23 (AF); the Fulton Fish Market, 23 (AF); the transport strike, 34 (A), 54 (AF), 69, 172 (A); Mayor John Lindsay's handling of the strike, 34, 69 (A); the attitude of waiters to customers, 54 (AF); the Mitchell-Lama Act, 156 (A); the Esplanade Gardens building project in Harlem, 156 (A); the Arthur discotheque, 430 (A); literary intellectuals in the 'thirties. 441 (R), 465, 495, 566 (L) Nichols, Beverley: on Somerset Maugham, 596 (A), 636 (R) Nichols, Beverley, A Case of Human Bondage, 636 (R) Nicolaevsky, Boris I., Power and the Soviet Elite (ed. Janet D. Zagoria), 266 (R) Nicole, Christopher, White Boy, 670 (R) Nigeria: revolt suppressed by General Ironsi, 67 (S); commercial 'plugs' in broadcasts, 675 (Cl) \ightclerk, The, Stephen Schneck, 530 (R) Nights of Arthur, 430 (A) Night: walking home at night in the countryside, 690 (AF) Nkrumah, Kwame: his regime overthrown, 247 (PW); Nkrumaism in theory and practice, 281 (A), 433, 565, 630, 692, 727 (L) Noise and the People, The, 147 (A) Nolan, Sidney: exhibition, 571 (AA) Norman Conquest, The, Dorothy Whitelock, David C. Douglas, Charles H. Lemmon, and Frank Barlow, 230 (R) Norman's Letter, Gavin Lambert, 701 (R) No Room for Dissent ?, 624 (A)


215 (LA); France gives notice of intention to withdraw from NATO,. 315 (LA), 319 (A), 321 (S); German thinking over NATO, 399 (A); a suggested reform, 593 (S); an Anglo-German Nuclear Force?, 598 (L); Lord Chalfont on its role, 625 (S); Britain's diplomatic role in NATO, 683 (LA); the Fourteen discuss western security in the face of the French defection, 718 (A); 721 (5); what will France's attitude be now?, 777 (A) North Britons, The, Richard Feachem, 411 (R) North of Labrador, 48 (P) North, Robert C., Chinese Communism, 298 (R) North Sea gas finds, 643 (E) Norway: hotels, 610 (A) Nothing but a Masquerade?, 4 (A) Nova Express, William S. Burroughs, 202 (R) Novel, the: competition from women writers. 11, 41 (L); intelligent women novelists' obsession with the details of sex, 134 (A); the language of fiction, 376 (R) Novels of Dashiell Hammett, The, 169 (R)


the BBC film The War Game, 161 (S), 196 (L), 197 (AA), 223. 257, 289 (L); 192 (P); 408 (R), 495 (L); J. Robert Oppenheimer and atomic secrets, 666 (R); French preparations for an H-bomb test in the Pacific, 786 (A) Nuns to the Hustings, 316 (P)


Oates, Joyce Carol, With Shuddering Fall, 50 (R) O Bitchery, 596 (A) Obituaries: Evelyn Waugh, 462 (A); Alan Brien on himself, 596 (AF) O'Brien, Conor Cruise: writers' double standards', 10, 40 (L) Observer: pocket travel books, 118 (CI); Nora Beloff and its Back Page, 431 (A), 465 (L); kitchen exhibition at Heal's, 708 (CI) Ode to Mr John Bird on his Temporary Retirement from the Television Screen, 516 (P) O'Donnell, Lillian, Babes in the Woods, 302 (R) Oedipus at Colonus (National Theatre of Greece at the Aldwych), 496 (AA) Oedipus Rex (National Theatre of Greece at the Aldwych), 496 (AA) Offending Eye, The, 163 (A)

Official English Laurel, The, 195 (A)

Official Secrets Act, 688 (S), 724 (L) Off-Key Election, The, 316 (PC) Of the Farm. John Updike, 537 (R) O'Hara, John, The Lockwood Concern, 472 (R) O'Higgins, Thomas: Irish presidential candidate, 654 (A)

Oil sanctions on Rhodesia: see RHODESIA

Old Firm Again, The, 424 (PC) Old people: the earnings rule for pensioners, 161 (S), 289, 325, 360 (L); natural v. artificial diet. 566 (L) Oliver, E. J., Honore de Balzac, 299 (R) Olympia Conies to Swinging London, 520 (A) One Cheer for Europe, 515 (LA) O'Neill, Clifford Leech, 297 (R) O'Neill, Eugene: Long Day's Journey into Night, 297 (R); Mourning Becomes Electra, 297 (R); The Iceman Cometh, 297 (R) One in Twenty, Bryan Magee, 366 (R) On Fluoridation, 358 (M) On God and Land, 307 (A) Onions, C. T., (ed.) The Oxford Dictionary of English Etymology, 732 (R), 783 (S) Onlie Begetter, The, 660 (AF) On Not Voting Conservative, 395 (A) On the Ceiling, 222 (A) On IVriting and Sardines, 163 (A) Open Letter to a New Home Secretary, 8 (A) Operation Match, 684 (P) Oppenheimer: The Story of a Friendship, Haakon Chevalier, 666 (R) Orgy, The, Muriel Rukeyser, 605 (R) Orme, Stanley: opposition to 'early warning' legislation, 37, 160 (PC) Orr, Peter, (ed.) The Poet Speaks, 698 (R) Osborne, John: his war on the critics, 754 (A) Oscar, The, 762 (AA) O Tempora, 0 Moran!, 657 (A) Othello, 570 (AA) Othello (Old Vic), 14 (AA) Our Friends, the French, 777 (A)

Out of Hiding, W. J. Weatherby, 639 (R)

Owen, Wendy, There Goes Davey Cohen, 267 (R) Oxbridge Days, 652 (P) Oxbridge, In Defence of, 458 (A), 495, 524 (L) Oxford: the controversy over the Christ Church Meadow road, 132 (A) Oxford Dictionary of English Etymology, The, (ed.) C. T. Onions, 732 (R), 783 (S) Oxford: Franks or Freedom?, 594 (A)


election for the Professorship of Poetry, 107 (AA), 136, 165 (L), 166 (AA), 197, 225 (L); the Meadow road controversy, 132 (A); Oxford novels, 258 (L); R. H. Dundas and Magdalen College, 353 (S); In Defence of Oxbridge, 458 (A), 495, 524 (L); the report of the Franks Commission, 594 (A), 625 (S), 652 (P), 661 (L)


Pacific Bombs, 786 (A) Pacific Ocean: effects of voyages of discovery, 203 (R); French H-bomb test preparations, 786 (A) Pacifism, David A. Martin, 111 (R) Packington Estate housing dispute, the, 193 (A), 223 (L) Paget, Lady Florence: her elopement and marriage, 671 (R), 728 (L) Pakistan: the Tashkent talks with India, 5, 32 (A); 10 (L) Palmerston, Lord, 112 (R) Paper Hospitals, 690 (M) Paris vu par . . 228 (AA)


the Condorcet method for electing a party leader, 38 (S), 291 (L); lobby correspondents lazy and complacent?, 96 (A), 164 (L); Humphry Berkeley's Bill on homosexuality, 133 (A), 161 (5), 225 (L); the relations between MPs (and candidates) and their constituency parties, 220 (A), 257 (L); 'confrontations' of party leaders on TV, 248 (PC), 259 (AA), 285 (S); the 1966 Parliament facing a long haul, 352 (A); a survey of short Parliaments since 1832, 394 (A); why Baldwin dissolved Parliament in 1923, 394 (A). 464 (L); the televising of Parliament, 519, 753 (S); a good deal of boredom with Mr Wilson and Mr Heath, 588 (PC); The Future of Parliamentary Reform, 716 (A), 788 (L); a quotation from Anthony Barber, 783 (S) Parr, Dr, 473 (R) Parsifal (Covent Garden), 261 (AA) Parsons, Maurice, 7 (S) Pascal, Blaise, 440 (R), 722 (AF) Pascal, Jean Steinmann (trans. and ed. Martin Turnell), 440 (R) Passport to Peril, James Leasor, 443 (R) Patterson, Harry, The Graveyard Shift, 51 (R) Paying of the Green, The, 98 (P) Payne, Robert, The Rise and Fall of Stalin, 266 (R) Pay-TV begins, 7 (S) Pearson inquiry into the seamen's strike, 688 (S), 747 (LA) Peguy, Charles, 46 (R) Pei, Mario, The Story of Language, 795 (R) Penelope at War, Oriana Fallaci (trans. Pamela Swinglehurst), 378 (RI Penguin Modern Poets 7, Richard Murphy, Jon Silkin, Nathaniel Tarn, 411 (R) Penguin Modern Poets 8, Edwin Brock, Geoffrey Hill, Stevie Smith, 638 (R) Pennsylvania: pronunciation of 'Pa', 424 (P), 495 (L) Pensfts. Pascal's. 722 (AF) Pensions: the earnings rule for old age pensioners, 161 (S), 289, 325, 360 (L); 320 (A) People: now challenging the News of the World, 69 (A) Performing Giant, The (Royal Court), 293 (AA) Perils of Comment, The, 35 (A) Permission to Speak, Captain?, 462 (A) Persecutor, The, Ian Hamilton, 51 (R) Perutz, Kathrin, The Ghosts, 80 (R) Peters, Ellis, The Piper on the Mountains, 700 (R) Pet foods, 546 (CI) Peyre, Marc, The Captive of Zour, 604 (R) Phedre (Oxford Playhouse), 41 (AA) Philanderer, The (Mermaid), 167 (AA) Philosophy: English philosophy, 795 (R) Phoney War, 754 (A) Phoney War, The, 280 (PC) Photography: Monopoly Commission's report on price of colour film, 579 (CI); the Polaroid Swinger camera, 739 (Cl) Physical pleasures, 494 (AF) Pieta, R. S. Thomas, 698 (R) Pine, Leslie, After Their Blood, 415 (A) Piper, Henry Dan, F. Scott Fitzgerald: A Critical Portrait, 170 (RI Piper, John: exhibition, 571 (AA) Piper on the Mountain, The, Ellis Peters, 700 (R) Pitman, Robert: quoted, 119 (AF), 136 (L) Pizer, Laurette, Voyage, 232 (R) Plain Pleasures, Jane Bowles, 765 (R) Plan is Dead-Long Live the Plan!. The, 396 (A) Plant seed, 643 (Cl) Playcentres, 103 (A) Pleasure Domes, 610 (A) Pleasures of the Flesh, Gavin Ewan, 411 (R) Pleasures, sensual, 494 (AF) Pocket Venus, The: A Victorian Scandal, Henry Blyth, 671 (R), 728 (L) Poetic Themes of Robert Lowell, The, Jerome Mazzaro, 502 (RI Poetry: the election for the Professorship of Poetry at Oxford, 107 (AA), 136, 165 (L), 166 (AA), 197, 225 (L); the Laureateship, 195 (A); poets' attitudes to writing, 698 (R); poetry reviewed, 113, 411, 638, 698

Poets of Reality, J. Hillis Miller, 603 (R)

Poet Speaks, The, (ed.) Peter Orr, 698 (R) Poland: the Katyn massacre, 171 (R) Polar exploration, 204 (R) Political Commentary, 6, 37, 66, 97, 130, 160, 190, 217, 248. 280, 316. 348, 393, 424, 456, 488, 516, 557, 588, 620, 652, 684, 748, 776 (PC)

Political party funds: contributions by companies, 175 (E), 196 TO


Lord Palmerston, 112 (R); The Politics of Consensus, 348 (PC); close correlation between unemployment figures and Opposition popularity since 1955, 391 (LA), 432, 464 (L); politicians: their desire for power and their vanity, 456 (PC); the Liberal party, 1857-1868, 502 (R); Lord Swinton's memoirs, 518 (A) Politics in Vietnam, 248, (P) Politics of Consensus„ The, 348 (PC) Politics of Obsolescence The, 588 (PC) Pollard, Sidney, The Genesis of Modern Management, 300 (R) Porada, E., Ancient Iran, 474 (12) Pornographic books: a US Supreme Court judgment, 428 (A); Maurice Girodias to publish in England, 520 (A), 565, 597, 629, 661 (L) Portrait of Japan, Hakon Mielche (trans. Maurice Michael), 231 (11) Portrait of the Week, 3, 31, 63, 95, 127, 155, 187, 215, 247, 279. 315, 347, 391, 423, 455, 487, 515, 555, 587, 619, 651, 683, 715, 747, 775 (PW) Portugal: hotels and pousadas, 610 (A) Post Office: delays in letter delivery, 656 (S), 789 (L); a complaint about telephone dialling, 656 (S), 759 (L) Pot de Voiture, 709 (A), 759 (L) Potter, Senator Charles E., Day of Shame, 377 (R) Pound, Ezra, A Lame Spento and other early poems, 113 (R) Powell, Enoch: attitude to incomes policy, 127 (LA); 393 (PC); on plan for British troops in Vietnam, 397 (S); views best presented from the back benches, 461 (S) Power and the Soviet Elite, Boris I. Nicolaevsky (ed. Janet D.

Zagoria), 226 (R) Power Game, The, 689 (A) Powys, John Cowper, Maiden Castle, 733 (R) 'Pragmatic' and 'pragmatical', 321 (S), 360 (L) Prebble, John, Glencoe, 370 (R) Pre-Empting the General, 718 (A) Prenn Drifting, Jozsef Lengyel, 174 (R) Present Laughter (Queen's), 14 (AA)


trade union journals, 8 (A); contempt of court actions against Clifford Sharp, of the New Statesman, 35 (A); newspapers and the risk of contempt of court, 35 (A); Britain's 'cut-price' press. 40 (L); News of the World now challenged by the People, 69 (A): Addison's Spectator, 76 (R); lobby correspondents lazy and complacent?, 96 (A), 164 (L); four typical anti-Communist journalists, 119 (AF), 136 (L); the Sunday press, 135 (A); the magazine Private Eye, 163 (A); industrial correspondents, 189 (A); the lunching of City Editors, 189 (A), 225 (L); the Daily Mail's progress, 223 (A); the columnist and his column, 238 (AF); the announcement of the general election, 250 (A); the political line-up of the national dailies, 250 (A); whipping up interest in the general election, 287 (A); Sir William Haley and the Thnes leading article on the weakness of the £, 323 (A); the Daily Mirror and the election, 351 (A); the press's promotion of Mr Heath as leader, 395 (A); press reactions to the election result, 430 (A); press treatment of the stopping of the oil tanker, for Rhodesia, 463 (A); the Moors murder trial, 489, 520 (A). 524„ 565 (L); newspaper titles, 557 (P); changes in The Times. including news on the front page, 560 (A); the colour supplement, and their contents, 626 (A), 662 (L); heavily-inked advertisement, and pictures. 675 (CI); Lord Goodman in the Lords debate on the press and the law, 688 (5), 724, 758 (L): Ballade of Jaded Reader, 722 (P); John Osborne's war on theatre critics. 754 (A); government press relations and 'leaks', 785 (A)

Price, Pamela Vandyke, France-A Wine and Food Guide, 579 (CII Prices and Incomes Board: 97 (PC); and beer prices, 578 (El ; called in over the seamen's pay and hours claims, 688 (S) Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, The (Wyndham's), 601 (AA) Princeton University, President Johnson at, 622 (A) Principles of Linguistic Philosophy, The, Friedrich Waismann (ed. R. Harre), 795 (R) Prisoner of Love, The, Hubert Monteilhet, 605 (R)

Prisons and penal reform: The Scandal of Parkhurst Jail, 159 (A).

225 (L); need for a progressive penal policy, 159 (A), 225 (L): prison conditions, 257, 289, 325, 402, 433, 465, 525 (L) Private Eye: loses libel action 163 (A) Prometheus: The Life of Balzac, Andth Maurois, 299 (R) Prophet of Anti-Gloom, The, 398 (A) Prophet of the Utterly Absurd, The, 281 (A) Proud Tower, The: A Portrait of the World Before the War: 1890-1914, Barbara W. Tuchman, 229 (R), 258 (L) Psoriasis, 256, 358 (AF) Psychical research, 230 (R)


and the Hull North by-election, 96 (A); 161 (S); Votes, Polls, and Myths, 251 (A); predicted swings as a basis for forecasting losses and gains in parliamentary seats, 283 (A); the single-constituency polls carried out by A. J. Allen and Associates, 353 (5) Public records: and the fifty-year rule, 101 (A) Public relations: a public relations counsellor, 144 (R); presentation of the Franks Commission's report, 594 (A), 661, 691, 727 (L); a Royal Tournament invitation, 656 (S) Public speaking, 339 (A)

pubs, a guide to London, 768 (Cl)

Pulse of Danger, The, Jon Cleary, 267 (R) Q Quant by Quant, 531 (R) Quaroni, Pietro, Diplomatic Bags: An Ambassador's Memoirs, 733 (R) Queen, The: involvement of the Queen in the Rhodesia crisis distasteful, 105 (L) Quelch, Mr. 748 (PC), 788 (L) Question of Living, A, Kenneth Warner, 267 (R) Question of Modernity, A, Anthony Cronin, 332 (R) Quigley, John, The Secret Soldier, 301 (R) Quiller-Couch, Sir Arthur, 644 (A) Quinn, Ann, Three, 733 (R) • Quoodle', 10 (L) Quotations: the source of 'contemptible little army', 40 (L); W. B. Yeats, 360 (L)


Radcliffe, Ann, The Mysteries of Udolpho (ed. Bonamy Dobree), 372 (R) Radio: The Lively Arts, 14 (AA); Shaw's Bark to Methuselah, 74 Desert esert Island Discs, 528 (AA); Paul Scofield in Macbeth, 567 (AA) RAILWAYS Mr Stanley Raymond, BR's chairman, 34 (A); threatened national rail strike, 97 (PC), 128 (A); recent derailments, 158 (P); industrial correspondents' reporting of the strike negotiations. 189 (A); the negotiations over the strike threat, 190 (PC); BR dining car service, 448, 508, 800 (CI); the Government's concession to the unions over liner trains, 656 (S) Raphael cartoons, 140 (AA) Ravens as pets, 800 (A) Raven, Simon, Royal Foundation and Other Plays, 574 (R) Raymond, Patrick, The Lordly Ones, 232 (R) Reactionary Revolution, The, Richard Griffiths, 46 (R) Reaction Makes Its Last Stand, 400 (A) Read, Herbert, Collected Poems. 638 (R) Read, Piers Paul, Game in Heaven with Tussy Marx, 701 (R) Realities Behind the Royal Tour, 254 (A) 'Re-Assessment': The Four Feathers, A. E. W. Mason, 17 (R); The Apes of God, Wyndham Lewis, 640 (R) Records, gramophone: the British Institute of Recorded Sound, 12 (AA); the cost components of an LP, 86 (CI); Rossini's Stabat Mater, 429 (S), 495, 524, 566, 598 (L) Redon, Odilon, Klaus Berger, 263 (R) Reds Under the Bunk, 776 (PC) Red Tape (Civil Service journal), 8 (A) Rees-Mom William: article on the Conservative leadership, 395 (A) Re/Or/nation and Society in Sixteenth-Century Europe, A. G. Dickens, 534 (R) Reischauer, Edwin 0., The United States and Japan, 231 (R) Religieuse, La (Cannes Film Festival), 632 (AA) Reported to be Alive, Grant Wolfkill, with Jerry A. Rose, 333 (R) Report from the Deep South, 785 (A) Reply to My Critics, A, 101 (A) Reprieve for Sterling, 767 (E) Reiff de la Bretonne, Nicolas Edme, 397 (S), 471 (R) Restif dc la Bretonne, Monsieur Nicolas, or The Human Heart Laid Bare (trans. and ed. Robert Baldick), 471 (R) Return front the Ashes, 140 (AA) Return of Arthur, The: a poem of the future, Martyn Skinner, 408 (R) Return, The, Micheal Droit, 472 (R) Reviewers: an author criticises a reviewer, 258 (L) Revival in a Secular Society, 751 (A) Revolt Against Mr Brown's Bill, The, 160 (PC) Revolt That Jim Killed, The, 557 (PC) RHODESIA differing Conservative views on dealing with Rhodesia, 10, 40 (L); 22 (A); Commonwealth conference at Lagos on subject of Rhodesia, 36 (A); economic sanctions now biting hard, 36 (A); what happens when the rebellion is over?. 36 (A); the drought, 36 (A); Rhodesia as a Trust Territory under the UN?, 40 (L); Sir Hugh Beadle's talks in London. 95 (LA), 96 (A), 135 (L); no alternative to negotiating with Mr Smith, 95 (LA), 135 (L); sonic misconceptions corrected, 100 (A); Sir Edgar Whitehead on the Rhodesian situation, 100, 493 (A); Coups de Grace, 128 (A); Selwyn Lloyd's visit, 219 (S); need to restart Anglo- Rhodesian negotiations, 219 (S); 253 (S); 'treason', 359 (L); compromise now essential, 359 (L); British government's policy of sanctions means a 'long haul', 455 (LA); Dr Verwoerd and oil supplies to Rhodesia, 457 (A); English press treatment of the stopping of the oil tankers, 463 (A); dangers of the policy of sanctions, 493 (A); the resumption of talks with Britain, 519, 593 (S); if Mr Wilson uses force, 524, 565 (L); Mr Wilson and the ' Spectator ', 556 (LA); the Anti-Apartheid Movement's campaign, 566, 599 (L); Dr Verwoerd's part in the initiation of talks, 622 (A); partition suggested as a solution, 622 (A). 625 (S); dispute with Zambia over the rail link, 651 (LA); Zambia Preparing for a complete economic break, 717 (A) Rhodesia: The Road to Ruin, 493 (A) Rice, 270 (CI), 360 (L) Rice, Tamara Talbot, Ancient Arts of Central Asia, 474 (R) Richard Aldingion: An Intimate Portrait, (ed.) Alister Kershaw and Frederic-Jacques Temple, 264 (R) Richards, Alum, The Home Paid'. 604 (R) Richards, Ceri: exhibition, 571 (AA) Richards, Clay, The Gentle Assassin, 51 (R) Richter, Hans, Dada: Art and Anti-Art, 263 (R) Ridler, Anne, (ed.) Thomas Traherne: Poems, Centuries and Three Thanksgivings. 734 (R) Ripeness Is All, 748 (P) Rise and Fall of Stalin, The, Robert Payne, 266 (RI Rise of Christian Europe, The, Hugh Trevor-Roper, 143 (R)

Rise of the Technocrats, The: A Social History, W. H. G. Armytage, 300 (R)

ROADS AND ROAD SAFETY speed limits in the US, 40 (L); the Oxford road plan controversy, 132 (A); seatbelts and safety, 721 (5); 776 (P); the 'accident- prone' and measures to prevent accidents, 799 (CI) Road to Oxiana, The, Robert Byron, 605 (RI Rolthe-Grillet, Alain: Snapshots (trans. Barbara Wright). SO (R); Towards a New Novel (trans. Barbara Wright), 80 (R) Robert Browning: A Collection of Critical Essays, (ed.) Phi lir Drew, 4711R) Roberts, Archbishop, 332 (RI Roberts, Eirlys, Consumers, 508 (CI) Rock of Discord, 589 (A) Roll, Sir Eric: and EEC negotiations, 516 (PC) ROMAN CATHOLICISM the Catholic revival in French literature, 46 (R); Archbishop Roberts, 332 (12); Pope John and the Vatican Council, 398 (A): relations with Communism, 518 (A), 597 (L); The Catholic Marxists, 784 (A) Rome-Berlin Axis. The, Elizabeth Wiskemann, 504 (R) Rooserelts, The, Allen Churchill, 473 (R) Rose, Jerry A., and Grant Wolf kill, Reported to be Alive, 333 (RI Rosenkavalier, Der (Covent Garden), 527 (AM, 566 (L) Rossetti, D. G.: his letters, 47 (R) Rough Map of Greece, A, Phoebe-Lou Adams, 204 (R) Routneli, Patrick Leigh Fermor. 605 (R) Rovere, Richard H., The Goldwater Caper, 77 (R) Royal Air Force: 522 (A); the RFC. 539 (R) Royal Court Theatre: ten years of the English Stage Company.

467 (AA) Royal Fine Art Commission: its role, 561 (S) Royal Foundation and Other Plays, Simon Raven, 574 (K) Royal Hunt of the Sun, The (Old Vic), 14 (AA) Royal United Services Institute: disliked by Ministry of Defence, 624 (A) Rudofsky, Bernard, The Kimono Mind, 231 (R) Rukeyser, Muriel, The Orgy, 605 (R) Rules of the Gante, The (Compagnia dei Giovani at the Aldwych), 404, 435 (AA) Rumania: Rumanian art, 140 (AA); search for independence from the Soviet line, 156 (A), 225 (L) RUSI: sec Royal United Services Institute Ruskin, John: and Rose La Touche, 173 (R), 226 (L) RUSSIA Towards a Pax Russo-Americana, 3 (LA); economic and military aid to North Vietnam, 4 (A); Mr Shelepin's visit to North Vietnam, 4, 5 (A); sponsors talks at Tashkent between India and Pakistan, 5, 32 (A); the spy Richard Sorge, 78 (RI; relations with Rumania since 1945, 156 (A). 225 (L); the trial (tithe writers Sinyaysky and Daniel, 161 (S), 188 (A), 225 (L), 490 (A): Valery Tarsis, 161 (S), 188 (A); Dostoievsky in Siberia, 166 (L); Mr Wilson's visit, 189 (A); the twentieth party congress and the re-assessment of Stalin, 221 (A); 266 (RI; the twenty-third party congress. 317, 356 (A); relations with China, 4, 317, 398 (A); benefits from US pressure on China. 319 (A); letter to European Communist parties on Chinese attitude towards Russia, 398 (A); relations with the Vatican, 518 (A), 597 (L); Kerensky's memoirs, 668 (R); General de Gaulle's visit and relations with France, 683 (LA), 749 (A): Ivan Maisky. 733 (R); the Russo-German war and its effects. 750 (A) Russian interpreter, The, Michael Frayn, 410 (R) Ryan, Cornelius. The Last Battle, 573 (RI Ryga, George, Ballad of a Stone-Picker, 80 (R)


Sabres on the Sand, Geoffrey Household, 442 (R) Sagan. Keith, The Art of D. H. Lawrence, 797 (R) Sagittarius Rising, Cecil Less is, 539 (R) Sailor Who Fell from Grate with the Sea, The, Yukio Mishima (trans. John Nathan), 410 (R) St Pancras Art: Festival: opera, 296 (AA); music, 327 (AA) Salted Almonds, 86 (A) Sane and Able Man, A, Michael Standen, 202 (R) Sanitized for Your Protection. George Crowther. 442 (RI Sansom, William, Ulcerated Milkman, 301 IR) Sarkhan, William J. Lederer and Eugene Burdick. 539 (R) Saturday Night and Sunday Morning (Prince of Wales). 167 (AA) Savage State, The, Georges Conchon (trans. Peter Fryer), 202 (R) Savings and inflation, 360 (L). 412 (E), 432, 495 (L) Savings and the If 'itch-doctors. 412 (E) Savings certificates. 382 (CI) Say a Few Words, 339 (A) Scandal of Parkhurst Jail, The, 159 (A) Scandinavia's best hotels and restaurants, 610 (A) Schneck, Stephen, The Nightclerk. 530 (R) Schools, public and independent: see EDUCATION AND SCHOOLS Schoonover, Shirley, Mountains of Winter. 442 (R) Schumacher, Kurt, Lewis J. Edinger, 375 (R) Science as a Cultural Force, (ed.) Harry Woolf, 144 (R) Science fiction, 504 IR) Science, History and Technology: Book 1, AD 800 to the 1840s, H. J. Fyrth and Maurice Goldsmith, 144 (R) Science in History, J. D. Bernal. 144 (R) Science in the Nineteenth Century, (ed.) Rene Talon, 144 (R) Scofield. Paul: as Macbeth, 567 (AM Scotland: Scottish leasehold, 291 (L); the massacre of Glencoe, 370 (R) Scottish Poetry 1, (ed.) George Bruce, Maurice Lindsay, and Edwin Morgan, 411 (RI Scott, Tim: exhibition, 140 (AA) Scully, James. (ed.) Modern Poets on Modern Poetry. 638 (R) Sculpture: exhibitions: David Annesley, 438, Naum Cabo, 362, Barbara Hepworth. 695. Tint Scott, 140, Brian Wall, 528 (AA); Henry Moore's Three Way Piece(Points), 695 (AA) Seamen and Sense. 747 (LA) Seamen's strike, the: 620 (PC), 625 (S), 654 (A), 688 (S), 745 (LA); Communist-dominated?. 776 (PC) Seckel. Dietrich, The Art of Budelhisnt, 474 (R) Second Skin, John liawkes. 113 (R) Second Stone, The, Leslie A. Fiedler, 334 (R) Second Thoughts in the City, 607 (E) Secret Soldier, The, John Quigley, 301 (R) Secret War Against Hitler, The, Fabian von Schlabrendorff, 733 IR) Security of Southern Asia, Tlw, D. E. Kennedy, 18 (R) Seeds, plant, 643 (CI) Seed. The, Tarjei Vesaas. 503 (R) Selby, Hubert, Jr, Last Exit to Brooklyn. 113 (R Selected Poems, Gunter Grass (trans. Michael Hamburger and Christopher Middleton). 411 (R) Selei ted Poems, Louis Simpson. 638 (R) Selected Prose and Poetry, Giacomo Leopardi (ed.. trans.. and intro., Iris Origo and John Heath-Stubbs). 795 IR) Selective Employment Tax, the: 555 (LA). 557 (PC). 558 (Al. 576 (E), 593 (S). 598 (L), 607, 608 (E), 611 (A), 620 (P), 661 (L); its damaging side-effects, 775 (LA) Sensual Pleasures. 494 (AI') Service charges, 382 (CI) Seven Men and Two Others, Max Beerbohm. 699 (RI Severed Head, A (Criterion), 14 (AA) Severn, Joseph and Arthur. 173 (R) Sewage: untreated sewage discharged at seaside, 739 (CI) Six obsession with sex details in novels by intelligent women. 134 (A); eighteenth-century writers on sex. 397 (S); Restif de In Bretonne, 397 (S), 471 (RI: Maurice Girodias, publisher of pornography. moves to London, 520 (Al. 565. 597, 629, 661 (L); What Should I Tell My Daughter?, 658 (A), 691, 727, 759,

7139 (1); Lord Bolingbroke's advice on love, 769 (A)

Shadow Land, Johannes Bobrowski (trans. Ruth and Matthew Mead), 441 (R) Shadow of a Doubt, 756 (AF) Shadows of the Evening (Queen's), 529 (AM Shakespeare: William Henry Ireland's forgeries, 440 (R) Shallow South, The, 148 (A)

Sharp, Clifford: contempt of court cases. 35 (A)

Shastri, Lal Bahadur: sudden death at Tashkent, 32 (A), 33 (A) Shaw, G. 13.: Back to Methuselah, 74 (AA) Shelter, 535 (P) Sherlock, John, The Instant Saint. 765 (R) Sherwood, Robert E., 473 (R) Shipbuilding: the Fairfield rescue operation, 7 (S) SNIPPING the stopping of the oil tankers for Rhodesia. 463 (A); the seamen's strike, 620 (PC), 625 (S); the background to the strike, 654 (A);

the industry's difficulties and 11w causes. 654 (Al, 674 (1), 692

I L); a court of inquiry into the seamen's claims. 688 (S), its report, 747 (LA); Mr Wilson accuses the seamen's union of being Communist-dominated. 776 (PC) Shooting Script, Gavin I.yall, 605 (RI SHOPS AND SHOPPING firms supplying domestic help, 235 ICI); snuff, 305 (CI); a history of shopping, 307 (CD; the London Bedding Centre, 414 ICI): lical's kitchens exhibition, 708 (CI) Shortage o f Hauls N. A, 459 (A) Shorter ' Finnegans Wake'. A, (ed.) Anthony Burgess, 794 (R)

Short History ofJapan, A. Malcolm Kennedy, 231 t R)

Shoidd Doctors Tell?. 560 (M) Signal Catastrophe, Patrick Macrory, 366 (RI

of Permanence, .4, 796 IP)

Silencers. The, 469 (AA) Silkin, Jon, 411 (R)

Simenon, Georges: .4 Sine,,„ 0111IiibUS, 51 (R); Maigret Sets a

Trap, 51 (RI; Maigret on die Delenshe, 605 (R); Its Alan with the Little Dog, 51 (R) Simenon Omnibus. A, Georges Simenon, 51 (R) Simon. Sir John: an anecdote, 448 (Al Simple Story, .4, David Higham. 503 (R Simpson. Louis. Selected Poems, 638 (R) Sinclair. Andrew. The Betteral. 53(1 (R) Singer. Isaac Bashevis, The Family Moskat, 733 (K) Sinyaysky, Andrei: trial of, 161 IS). 188 (A). 225 (L), 490 (A) Sir Hugh Beadle's Message. 95 (LA) Si.v Choi Octets in Seams, of an Author (Compagnia dei (iiovani at the Aldwych), 435 (AA) Six-Day Week. Alan Gardner, 606 (K) Si sty Thousand Nights (Theatre Royal, Bristol). 663 (AM Sixty Years of Power, the Earl of Swinton, 518 (A) Skin Game, The. 358 (A Et Skinner, Martyr), The Return of Arthur: a poem of the futre, 408


Skirrow, Desmond, It If'on't Get You Anywhere, 700 (R) Skyscrapers: Manhattan, 23 (A F); 468 (AA)

Slant (magazine). 784 IA)

Slender Thread, The. 292 (AA) Small Bar Made to Order, .4. Norman l ew is. 410 (I2 Smith, Jane, The Green Wind. 472 (K) Smith. Richard: exhibition. 601 (AA) Smith, Roger M., Cambodia's Foreign Policy, 333 al Smith. Ste.ie, 638 IR) Smith, Sydney Goodsir, ken,/ Kittock's Land, 411 (R) Smoke Screen of Jutland. The, John Irving. 699 (RI Smoking: effect of increased tobacco tax, 191 (S), 291 (I.); cigarettes and lung cancer, 479 (CI); regularity of burning in cigarettes, 479 ICI), 525 (L) Snapshots, Alain Robbe-Grillet (trans. Barbara Wright). 80 (R) Snuff. 305 (CI)

Sober as a Jude,'. 669 (P1 Soda/hit/ - Harlem Sryte. 156 (A)

Social Service, National Council of: its Charities Aid fund. 107(1.)

Social services: If .har Kind of 11AJare 320 (A); welfare priorities,

402 (L); 599 (L) S.O.E. in France, M. R. D. Foot, 575 (RI Solid Manihiki. The, Patrick White, 619 IRI Somerset and all the Maughonts, Robin Maugham, 439 IR) Some Trouble at the lop, 190 (PC) Song of One Per Cent. 620 (P1 Song of Twilight, A (Queen's). 529 (AA) Sonne, Mbella, A I ew Nights and Days, 639 (RI Sorge, Richard, 78 (R) Soul u AFRICA inaccuracies about South West Mika. 40 (11; Dr Verwoerd's attitude to sanctions on Rhodesia, 457 (A): effects on world

gold markets of trade sanctions on South Africa. 492 (.5); Dr

Verwoerd and the British-Rhodoian talks, 622 (A): preparations against possible oil sanctions. 622 I A ); visit of Senator Rol7ert Kennedy. 721 (S): the policy of racialism, 766 (R) South-East Asia: 333 (R); the Communist danger to Thailand.

752 (Al. 753 (S) Southgate. Donald. Most English Minister . . The Poll, ies and Politics of Palmerston. 112 ( It South West Africa. 4(1 (L) Souvenirs, holiday. 118 (C1) Space research. etc: 715 (('WI: Britain's threatened withdrawal from ELDO. 721 (S), 748 (PC), 753 (S) Spain: the civil war. 572. 733 IR): the claim to Gibraltar, 589 (A) Spanish Notebooks. Isan Maisky. 733 (K) Spare Us a Landslide!, 352 14) Sparrow'. John. Controversial Fs soils. 636 (RI

Speaight. Robert, The Life of Lric Gill, 791 (R)

Speaking European, W. Ilorsfall Carter, 375 IR)

Speaking. fluency in, 401 (Al-)

Special Agent. I. rank J. Wilson and Beth Day, 575 (R) Spectator's Noteboa, 7, 38, 67, 99, 131. 161, 191, 219, 253, 285, 321. 353, 397, 429, 461, 492. 519, 561 593, 625. 656, 688, 721, 753. 783 IS) SPECTATOR, THE no more (Noodle. 10 (L); series of medical articles, 18 (St, 73

(l.); new contributors:: Lord Egremont and John Wells, 285

(S), 'John Bull'. financial columnist. 593 Si:I the crossword puzzle. 326 (L); Mr Wilson criticises articles on Rhodesia, 556 (LA); (S); music critic barred from Aldeburgh Festival, 753 (5): operation of the Selective Employment Tax, 775 (LA); the 'Endpapers'. 789 (1); extracts from 100 years ago, 7, 35, 66, 103. 130. 162. 190. 251, 282. 320, 352, 395, 427, 458. 518. 562, 594. 623, 657, 686, 720. 751. 785 Spectator. The, (ed.) Donald F. Bond. 76 (R) Spencer. Elizabeth. Knights and Dragons, 267 IR) Spengler. Otesald,Letters 1913-1936 (trans. and cd. Arthur Helps). 171 (RI Spillane. Mickey, The Death Dealers, 606 (R) Spoonful of Sugar, A, 797 (P) Sport: an attack on 'blood sports', 415 (A), 496, 525, 566 (L) Spring and Port Wine (Apollo), 14 (AA) Spring-cleaning, 338 (CI) Sprint from the Bell, Pat Booth, 50 (R) Spying: Richard Sorge, 78 (R); three secret agents, 575 (R); J. Robert Oppenheimer and atomic espionage, 666 (R) Spy Who Came in from the Cold, The, 75 (AA) Stable, Mr Justice, 321 (S) Stalin: `destalinisation' since 1956. 221 (A); 266 (R) Standen, Michael, A Sane and Able Man, 202 (R) Stanley, William, Mr Holland Takes a Holiday, 443 (R) Stansky. Peter, and William Abrahams, Journey to the Frontier, 572 (RI Starting Out in the Thirties, Alfred Kazin, 441 (RI State and Economic Enterprise in Japan, The, (ed.) William W.

Lockwood. 231 (R) State of the Tories, The, 6 (PC) Statesmen of Science, J. G. Crowther, 144 (R) State welfare benefits: What Kind of Welfare?, 320 (A) Steel and the Equity Squeeze, 798 (E) Steel, David: dilemma over his Private Member's Bill, 625 (S), 691 (L); to bring forward an abortion law reform Bill, 783 (S) Steel industry: impending row over steel prices, 99 (S); steel shares and compensation prices, 381 (E); effects of nationalisation on share market, 798 (El Steinmann, Jean, Pascal (trans. and ed. Martin Turnell), 440 (R) Stephens, Ian, Monsoon Morning, 203 (R) Stephens, James, The Insurrection in Dublin, 501 (R) Sterling's Moment of Truth, 204 (E) Stevenson, Mr Justice Melford, 321 (S) STOCK EXCHANGE AND THE CITY the investment dollar premium, 115 (E); the new Companies Bill, 175 (El, 196, 226 (L); list of shares showing substantial loss since budget day, 205 (E); The City and the Election, 303 (El, 359 (L); steel shares, 381 (E); shipbuilding shares, 413 (E); The City and the Prime Minister, 445 (E); brewery shares, 578 (El; the City and the budget. 607 (E); insurance companies, 608 (E); investment trusts, 673 (E); the unit trust movement, 735 (E); tea shares, 736 (E); the haphazard growth of share values. 768 (E); the effect of steel nationalisation on the market's share shortage, 798 (E); the return on equities compared over the years, 798 (E); see also COMPANY AND INVESTMENT NOTES Stone Man, Yes, A, Daniel Curley, 267 (R) Stop-Go a la Mode, 720 (A) Storry, G. R., and F. W. Deakin, The Case of Richard Sorge, 78 (R) Story of Language, The. Mario Pei, 795 (R) Stout, Rex, The Doorbell Rang, 302 (R) Straight Answer, A, 323 (A) STRIKES strike threat by railwaymen, 128 (A), 190 (PC); the 1926 General Strike, 547 (A); the seamen's strike, 620 (PC), 625 (S), 654 (A); a court of inquiry into the seamen's claims, 688 (S), its report, 747 (LA); the seamen's strike controlled by Communists?, 776 (PC); an apprentices' strike in Sunderland, 787 (AF) Strip Jack Naked, Alexander Baron, 80 (R) Studies in Landscape Design, Vol. 2, G. A. Jellicoe, 732 (R) Success, 448 (A) Summer Tales 2, (ed.) Kylie Tennant, 639 (R) Sunday Express: Beverley Nichols's reminiscences, 596 (A) Sunday People, The, 541 (P) Sunday Srene, The, 135 (A) Sunday Telegraph: Nigel Buxton's travel guide, 118 (CI); 135 (A) Sunday Tittles: the colour magazine, 626 (A) Sun, Sea and Islands, 414 (A) Sunset Ship. The, Jack Lindsay, 326 (AA) Superhero Falls to Earth, 69 (A) Surrealism, Patrick Waldberg, 263 (R) Svevo, halo, 602 (R) Swings and Roundabouts, 283 (A) Swinton, the Earl of, Sixty Years of Power, 518 (A) Sykes, John, The Couple, 670 (R) Symons, Julian, England's Pride, 173 (R)


Tahiti: headquarters for the French H-bomb test, 786 A) Talking Your Way to the Top, 401 (AF) Tango (Aldwych), 693 (AA) Tanizaki, Junichiro, Diary of a Mad Old Man (trans. Howard Hibbett), 113 (R) Tarn, Nathaniel, 411 (R) Tarsis, Valery, 161 (S), 188 (A) Tashkent: talks between India and Pakistan, 5, 32 (A) Tate Gallery, 140 (AA) Taton, Rene, (ed.) Science in the Nineteenth Century, 144 (R) TAXATION effects of tobacco tax, 191 (S), 291 (L); the value-added tax, 353 (5), 619 (LA); the Selective Employment Tax: 555 (LA), 557 (PC), 558 (A), 576 (E), 593 (S), 598 (L), 607, 608 (E), 611 (A), 661 (L), its damaging side-effects, 775 (LA); a tax on dangerous driving?, 561 (S) Tax Reform, 619 (LA) Taylor, Geoff, Court of Honour, 537 (R) Technology, 300 (R) Ted and Harold Show, The, 318 (A) Teddy-bears, 566 (L) Telecommunications: Britain's threatened withdrawal from ELDO, 721 (5), 748 (PC), 753 (S) Telephones: a change in dialling, 656 (S), 759 (L) TELEVISION Pay-TV begins in London, 7 (5); Late Show London (ITV), 42 (AA); succes fou in West Germany of Melissa, 65 (A); D. H. Lawrence short stories as TV plays, 139 (AA); BBC bans the film The War Game, 161 (S), 196 (L), 197 (AA), 223, 257, 289 (L); Not Only . . . But Also (BBC-2), 197 (AA); the Chief Whip and Labour MPs' appearances on TV, 219, 253 (S), 291 (L); `confrontations' of party leaders on TV, 248 (PC), 259 (AA), 285 (S); the general election campaign on TV, 323, 351 (A); a TV interview of Ray Gunter, 351 (A), 359 (L); Mr Wilson's vendetta against the BBC, 429 (S), 434 (AA), 461 (S); the problem of TV talks, 497 (AA); John Bird, 516 (P); the televising of Parliament, 519 (S); documentaries, 567 (AA); Britain and the rival colour TV systems, 693 (AA); proposal to televise the House of Lords approved, 753 (S); the withheld 'political' episode of The Power Game shown, 762 (AA) Temple, Frederic-Jacques, and Alister Kershaw, (ed.) Richard Aldington: An Intimate Portrait, 264 (R) Temptation, 611 (A) Tennant, Kylie, (ed.) Summer Tales 2, 639 (R) Testament of Evil, Bradshaw Jones, 700 (R) Testament of Samuel Beckett, The, Josephine Jacobsen and William R. Mueller, 532 (R) Thailand: 333 (R); Thailand-The Next Domino?, 752 (A); 753 (S) Thailand and the Struggle for Southeast Asia, Donald E. Neuchterlein, 333 (R) Thailand-The Next Domino?, 752 (A) That Awful Girl, 794 (P) THEATRE outstanding London productions of 1965, 14 (AA); plays in modern verse, 41 (AA), 73 (L); radio drama, 226 (AA); ten years of the English Stage Company at the Royal Court Theatre, 467 (AA); the Greek National Theatre, 496 (AM; Simon Raven's radio and TV plays, 574 (R); the Leningrad Gorki Theatre company, 632 (AA); bicentenary of the Theatre Royal, Bristol, 663 (AA), 728 (L); Chichester Festival Theatre, 729 (AA); Danny La Rue, 729 (AA); John Osborne's war on the critics, 754 (A) Theatre of Cruelty, The. 520 (A) Their Very Own and Golden City (Royal Court), 663 (AA) Their Proper Sphere, Inga-Stina Ewbank, 671 (R) There Goes Davey Cohen, Wendy Owen, 267 (R) Thieving Magpie, The (Sadler's Wells), 139 (AA) Things in the Night, 690 (AF) Think Again, Mr Crosland, 68 (A) Thinking of Love, 173 (P) Third China, The, C. P. FitzGerald, 767 (R) 'Thirties, the: New York's literary intellectuals, 441 (R); young writers in England, 572 (R) Thirty-three down-and more to come?, 354 (A) This Blessed Plot, 787 (AF) Thomas, Alan, The Judge, 472 (R) Thomas, Leslie, The Virgin Soldiers, 142 (R) Thomas l'Imposteur, 228 (AA) Thomas, R. S., Pieta, 698 (R) Thomas Traherne: Poems, Centuries and Three Thanksgivings, (ed.) Anne Ridler, 734 (R) hompson, Sir Robert, Defeating Communist Insurgency, 603 (R) Thornton, A.P., The Habit of Authority: Paternalism in English History, 200 (R) Threat to Wall Street, The, 233 (E) Three, Ann Quinn, 733 (R).

Three Days to Catastrophe, Douglas Clark, 798 (R) Thursday's Choice, 347 (LA) Tiger in the Honeysuckle, Elliott Chaze, 50 (R) Tilson, Joe: exhibition, 260 (AA) Time for Goodwill, A, 423 (LA) Time for Stoicism, A, 459 (A) Time of Temptation, Pierre Audemars, 443 (R) Time Out of Mind and Other Stories, Pierre Boulle, 472 (R) Times, The: misreads Angus Maude's SPECTATOR article, 67 (S); leading article on the weakness of the £, 321 (S), 323 (A); 397 (S); mao of the election results, 429 (S); news on the front page, and other changes, 560 (A), 675 (CI); the 'not enough steel pipes' story, 689 (A); the story of a 'personal silver utensil', 709 (A), 759 (L) Tippett, Michael, 108 (AA) Tips and tipping, 431 (A F), 465 (L) Tips with Everything, 431 (AF) Tobacco Men, The, Borden Deal, 604 (R) Toepfer, Ray Grant, The Witness, 700 (R) Tokyo, James Kirkup, 231 (R) To Lucasta, Going to the Polls, 488 (P) Tomlinson, Charles, American Scenes, 638 (R) Too Clever By Half, 555 (LA) Too True To Be Good (Garrick), 14 (AA) To the Barricades!, 547 (A) Touch of Red, A, William Fennerton, 267 (R) Tougher Than You Think, 576 (E) Towards a New Novel, Alain Robbe-Grillet (trans. Barbara Wright), 80 (R) Towards a Pax Russo-Americana, 3 (LA) Towards the Helping Hand, 426 (A) TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING 'townscape', 109 (AA); Swedish town planning, 109 (AA); the Oxford road plan controversy, 132 (A); the Packington Estate (Islington) dispute, 193 (A), 223 (L); a new development in housing at Harlow, 293 (AA); the Woolwich-Erith town plan, 361 (AA) TRADE the Anglo-Irish trade agreement, 38 (S); Britain's poor export growth, 51 (E); BAC's aircraft exports, 191 (S); Mr Callaghan and tax rebates to exporters, 353 (S); the balance of payments problem, 505 (E); a tax on value added as an export incentive, 619 (LA) TRADE UNIONS their constant pressure for wage increases, 51 (E); trade union journals, 8 (A); opposition to the Government on incomes policy, 31 (LA), 37 (PC); threatened strike by NUR over wage claim, 128 (A), 190 (PC); opposition to 'early warning' legislation, 160 (PC); Mr Brown's 'early-warning' Bill, 253 (S), 254 (A); the seamen's strike, 620 (PC), 625 (S), 654 (A), 688 (S), 747 (LA); the Government's concession over liner trains, 656 (S); George Woodcock and the Royal Commission on the Trade Unions, 753 (S); Mr Wilson accuses the seamen's union of being Communist-dominated, 776 (PC) Tragedy in literature, 731 (R) Tragedy, A, 644 (A) Traherne, Thomas, 734 (R) Train robbers, the: special security arrangements, 159 (A), 225 (L) Transport: no co-ordinated government transport policy, 34 (A) TRAVEL this year's travel catalogues, 21 (CI); travel guides by the Observer and Sunday Telegraph, 118 (CI); hotels: Norway, Portugal, etc., 610 (A); see also HOLIDAYS Travel agents: holiday suggestions-with costs-from their brochures, 21 (CI); some specialist agencies, 22 (CI) Travel books, 203 (R) Treasure Island (Mermaid), 14 (AA) Treece, Henry, Bang, You're Dead!, 443 (R) Trelawny of the 'Wells' (Old Vic), 14 (AA) Tremor of Intent, Anthony Burgess, 733 (R) Trevor-Roper, Hugh, The Rise of Christian Europe, 143 (R) Tribunals, royal commissions, investigations, etc.: Fulton Com- mittee (civil service), 187 (LA); Royal Commission on the Trade Unions, 753 (S); Pearson inquiry (seamen's wages and hours claims), 688 (S), 747 (LA) Trickett, Rachel, The Elders, 232 (R) Trilling, Lionel, Beyond Culture, 470 (R) Trouble at the Grass Roots, 220 (A) Truth About LSD, The, 623 (A) Truth About Rhodesia, The, 100 (A) Tuchman, Barbara W., The Proud Tower: A Portrait of the World Before the War: 1890-1914, 229 (R), 258 (L) Turandot (Covent Garden), 663 (AA) Turner, James, The Blue Mirror, 51 (R) Turner, J. M. W., 168, 292, 326 (AA) Turret Room, The, Charlotte Armstrong, 51 (R) Twelfth Night (Stratford-upon-Avon), 789 (AA) Twelve and a Tilly, (ed.) Jack P. Dalton and Clive Hart, 332 (R) Twelve Chases on West 99th Street, Roy Bongartz, 232 (R) 20th July, The, Hans Hellmut Kirst, 537 (R) Twenty-Second of June, The, 750 (A) Twilight of Erhard?, The, 157 (A) Two People, Donald Windham, 202 (R) Two That Didn't Get Away, The, 188 (A) Uccellacci e ucceilini (Cannes Film Festival), 632 (AA) Uganda: the internal political struggle, 284 (A); a pen portrait of the Kabaka, 689 (A) Ulcerated Milkman, The, William Sansom, 301 (R) Ullman, James M., Full Coverage, 302 (R) Underdeveloped countries: aid to 'Conservative, feudal and fascist governments', 191 (S); 298 (R) Uniforms and authority, 207 (AF) Unit Trust Elan, The, 735 (E) United Nations: Rhodesia as a UN Trust Territory?, 40 (L) UNITED STATES

Towards a Pax Russo-Americana, 3 (LA); President Johnson's peace moves over Vietnam, 4 (A); altitude to Russian peace- making between India and Pakistan, 5 (A); the USIS Library in London, 7 (S); Manhattan's skyscrapers, 23 (AF): the Goldwater debacle, 77 (R); domestic opposition to continuance of war in Vietnam, 129 (A); Little Rock, Arkansas, 148, 179 (AF); students get army call-up after Vietnam demonstration, 165 (L); Vice-President Humphrey: in Vietnam, 216 (A), as vice-president, 592 (A); will friction between President and Congress affect the economic boom?, 233 (E); Senator Rotten Kennedy: 249 (A), his political ambitions, 721 (S); Robert McNamara on figures of reinforcements to Vietnam, 284 (A); a turning-point approaching in attitude to Communist China, 319 (A); David Dubinsky retires, 354 (A); the National Book Awards, 368 (A); the Civil War, 374 (R); the McCarthy period, 377 (R), 403 (L); a Supreme Court judgment on pornography, 428 (A); a New York discotheque, 430 (A); New York's literary intellectuals in the 'thirties, 441 (R), 465, 495, 566 (L): the difficulties of the Vietnam war, 459 (A); Michigan State University's Vietnam project, 490 (A); Leroi Jones and Negro disillusion, 536 (R); President Eisenhower, 541 (R); Ralph Nader's attack on safety of American cars, 561 (S); increasingly gloomy outlook for US policy in Vietnam, 621 (A); President Johnson at Princeton University, 622 (A); Wall Street Cries Wolf, 642 (E); car production cut back, 642 (E); the Oppenheimer loyalty hearings, 666 (R); Malcolm X and the Black Muslims, 668 (R.); the public argument over Vietnam, 686 (A); to raise-or not to raise-taxes?, 687 (A); American women, 722 (A); James Meredith wounded on a civil rights march, 750 (A); the victimisa- tion of Dr Arthur J. Kraus, 756 (AF); undergraduates, especially at Berkeley, 766 (A); race relations in the South, 785 (A); 230, 298, 374 (R); see also NEW YORK

United States and Japan, The, Edwin 0. Reischauer, 231 (R) UNIVERSITIES university grants, 6 (P); In Defence of Oxbridge, 458 (A), 495, 524 (L); Franks Commission's report on Oxford, 594 (A), 625 (S), 652 (P), 661 (L); American undergraduates, 766 (A) Untrodden Paths, 480 (A) Updike, John: Assorted Prose, 142 (R); Of the Farm, 537 (R) US Economy's Early Warning, The, 687 (A)


Value added, tax on, 353 (S), 619 (LA) Value for Money, Elizabeth Gundrey, 147 (CI) Van Gogh Again, 173 (P) Vatican Politics at the Second Vatican Council, George Bull, 398 (Al Velvet Bubble, The, Alice Winter, 113 (R) Vending machines, defective, 768 (CI) Verney, John, A Dinner of Herbs, 472 (R) Vesaas, Tarjei: The Ice Palace (trans. Elizabeth Rokkan), 50 (R); The Seed, 503 (R) 'Vicky' dies, 219 (S) Victory for Conservatism, A, 427 (A) VIETNAM a further build-up in the war against the interests of both Russia and the US, 3 (LA); President Johnson's peace moves, 4 (Al; Russian aid to North Vietnam, 4 (A); 10 (P); bombing of North Vietnam resumed, 129 (A); Vice-President Humphrey in Vietnam, 216 (A); 248 (P); Robert McNamara gives figures of supplies of men and arms, 284 (A); plan to send British troops?, 397 (S); American difficulties, 459 (A); General Ky, 459 (A); Michigan State University's Vietnam project, 490 (A); Can America Pull Out?, 621 (A); the war's effect on the US economy, 642 (El; dissension in the US over Vietnam policy, 686 (A); 732 (P); 333, 539, 603 (R) Vietnam, (ed.) Marvin E. Gettleman, 603 (R) Vietnam Legion?, (intro.) John Hynd, MP, 603 (R) Villiers, Marjorie, Charles Pigmy. A Study in Integrity, 46 (R) Vincent. John, The Formation of the Liberal Party 1857-1868, 502 (R) Virgin Soldiers, The, Leslie Thomas, 142 (R) Viva Maria, 469 (AA) Voice of the General, The, 64 (A) Voices from the Sky, Arthur C. Clarke, 504 (R) Volatile British Voter, The, 394 (A) von Schlabrendorff, Fabian, The Secret War Against Hitler, 733 (R) Voters, Polls, and Myths, 251 (A) Voyage, Laurette Pizer, 232 (R) Voyage, The, 540 (P) Voysey Inheritance, The (Royal Court), 467 (AA)


Wagar, W. Warren, (compiled and ed.) H. G. Wells-Journalism and Prophecy, 1893-1946, Ill (R)


'final collapse' of Government's incomes policy, 31 (LA): opposition to any 'early warning' legislation, 37, 160 (PC); wage increases and export prices, 51 (E); incomes policy 'written oll , 155 (LA), 196 (L); see also INCOMES POLICY

Wages in Cuckoo Land, 51 (E) Wahl, J. R., and Oswald Doughty, (ed.) The Letters of Dante Gabriel Rossetti, 1835-1870, 47 (R) Wainwright, John, Evil Intent, 443 (R) Waismann, Friedrich, The Principles of Linguistic Philosophy (ed. R. Harre), 795 (R

Waiters: attitude to cust)

omers, 54 (AF) Waldberg, Patrick, Surrealism, 263 (R) Wales: Welsh lyrics, 231 (R); Cardiff, 659 (A); the Welsh as a nation, 661 (L) Wall, Brian: exhibition, 528 (AA) Wall Street Cries Wolf, 642 (E) Wanstead Park, 759 (L) WAR the battle for Berlin in 1945, 573 (R); the SOE in France 1939-45, 575 (RI; the battle of Jutland, 699 (R); the Russian campaign of 1812, 700 (R); the battle of Austerlitz, 700 (R); the value of the air arm, 764 (R); the Russo-Finnish war, 798 (R) War Game, The (BBC film), 161 (S), 196 (L), 197 (AA), 223, 257, 289 (L) Warner, Kenneth, A Question of Living, 267 (R) Warner, Rex, The Aerodrome, 796 (R) War on Want, 359 (L) Wars of Pardon, The, Robert Kirsch, 50 (RI Washing of the Spears, The: The Rise and Fall of the Zulu Nation, Donald R. Morris, 606 (R) Watchers on the Shore, The, Stan Barstow, 378 (RI Water supplies: fluoridation, 253 (S). 291, 326 (L), 358 (M), 360, 403, 433, 465 (L) Waugh, Evelyn: death, 461 (S), 462 (A), 495, 524 (1); Alan meeting with him, 462 (A), 495, 524 (L), 562 (A); the obituary notices, 562 (A), 597, 630 IL) Waugh. Hillary, Girl on the Run, 302 (R) Weatherby, W. J., Out of Hiding, 639 (R) Weather, the: and general elections, 285 (S) Wedding, The (Polish Popular Theatre at the Aldwych), 570 (AA) Wedgwood, C. V., (ed.) New Poems I965. P.E.N. Anthology of Contemporary Poetry, 638 (R) Weiss, David, Justin Mayan, 142 (R) Welfare: welfare priorities, 402 (L) Welfare state: What Kind of Welfare?, 320 (A) Wells, H. G., 111 (R) Wells, John, 285 (S) Werther (Glyndebourne), 729 (AA) West, Anthony, D. H. Lawrence, 797 (12) Western Allies, Relations between: Britain's status in relation to the US, 3 (LA) Westheimer, David, My Sweet Charlie, 765 (R) West Indies: Realities Behind the Royal Tour, 254 (A) Westminster Abbey: commemorative concerts, 631 (AA) What Kind of Welfare?, 320 (A) What Should I Tell My Daughter?, 658 (M) Wheldon, Jacqueline, Mrs Bratbe's August Picnic, 232 (R) When the Bombing Had to Start, 129 (A) Where Have All the Children Gone?, 103 (A)

which? magazine: on dry cleaning, 178 (CI)

White Boy, Christopher Nicole, 670 (R) Whitechapel Gallery, the, 631 (AA) White House Years, The: Waging Peace, 19544961, Dwight D.

Eisenhower, 541 (R) Bhitelock, Dorothy, David C. Douglas, Charles H. Lemmon, and Frank Barlow, Tire Norman Conquest, 230 (R) White, Patrick, The Solid Mandala, 639 (R) Whiter Than White, 256 (AF) White's Club, 78 (R), 107 (L) White, Terence de Verne, Lucifer Falling, 142 (R) Whitman, Walt, Leaves of Grass (ed. Harold W. Blodgett and Sculley Bradley), 365 (R) Whitsun Wager, 675 (A) Whitsun Wager: The Results, 740 (A) Whitwell, John, British Agent, 575 (R) Who are the Radicals Now?, 279 (LA) Why Labour Won, 391 (LA) Why the Bonds are Weak, 778 (A) William. Gordon M., The Camp, 503 tR1 Williams, Bernard, and Alan Monteliore, (ed.) British .4nalpical Philosophy, 795 (R) Williams, Desmond, (ed.) The Irish Struggle, 1916-1926, 501 (R) V. imams, Raymond, Modern Tragedy, 731 (RI Willing Victim, A, Harriet Grierson, 639 (R Will of the People, The, 517 (A) Wilson. Edmund, The Bit Between My Teeth, 47 (R) Wilson, Frank J., and Beth Day. Special Agent, 575 (R)


a 'little man', 10 (L); and drought relief for Rhodesia. 36 (A); his handwriting—and his character, 67 (S); talks with Sir Hugh Beadle over Rhodesia, 95 (LA), 96 (A), 135 (L); no longer 'making the political weather', 97 (PC); method of operating as prime minister, 97 (PC); blames Conservatives for fuel crisis, 99 (St- and administering a coup de grace to Rhodesia, 128 (A); Lord Protector Wilson, 130 (PC); his had teeth, 131 (S); prospects for his visit to Moscow, 189 (A); his behaviour over the threatened rail strike, 190 (PC); his Private Secretaries, 191 (S); how he is likely to run his election campaign, 217 (PC); Mr A. N. Halls to be his Principal Private Secretary, 219 IS); attacks Conserva- tives over Rhodesia, 253 (S); unwilling to 'confront' Mr Heath on TV, 285 (S); a 'folk-hero', 316 (PC); his speeches and election campaign, 316 (PC), 318 (A); his 'pragmatic' government, 321 (S), 360 (L); the 'politics of consensus' and his relations with the electorate, 348 (PC); a parody election broadcast, 349 (A): 'purposive planning' and laissez-faire, 397 (S); his vendetta against the BBC, 429 (S), 434 (AA), 461 (S); The City and the Prime Minister; 445 (El; attitude to joining the EEC, 515 (LAI, 516 (PC); 524, 565 (L); criticisms of SPEC FAIOR articles on Rhodesia. 556 (LA); his speeches merely variants of the same speech, 588 (PC); 'over-exposed' through television and the press, 588 (PC); his TV broadcast on the seamen's strike, 620 (PC); his erratic course over Rhodesia, 651 (LA); the parlia- mentary party's mood of discontent, 684 (PC); apologises to Nigel Lawson?, 688 (S); his broadcast on the seamen's strike, 747 (LA); Lonely at the Top, 748 (PC); speaks of Communist domination of the seamen's union, 776 (PC); no Conservative challenge to his policy of governing on the basis of the consensus, 779 (A); 'leaks' and relations with the press, 785 (A)

Wilson, John Rowan, Hall of Mirrors, 301 (R) Windham, Donald, Two People, 202 (R)


champagne, 147 (CI); Oscar Mendelsohn's Dictionary of Drink and Drinking, 178 (CI); value in wine, 305 (CI); two wine merchants lists, 307 (CI); a new liqueur, 338 (CI); some Bulgarian state monopoly wines, 447 (CI); a guarantee of a bottle's contents, 479 (CI); a vintage chart, 579 (CI); some inexpensive mines from Peter Dominic, 610 (CI) Winston Churchill: The Struggle for Survival 1940-1965, Lord Moran, 657 (A) Winter, Alice, The Velvet Bubble, 113 (R) Winter of Tory Discontent, 39 (4) Winter's Tale, The (radio), 406 (AA I Wiskemann, Elizabeth: Europe of the Dictators, 504 (R); The R Berlin Axis, 504 (R) With Shuddering Fall, Joyce Carol Oates, 50 (R) Witness. James Cameron. 333 (R) Wittwss, The, Ray Grant Toepler. 7(8) (RI Wolfe, Tom. 17w Kandy-Aohned lamicrine-lake Sire line Roby, 21,4 (R1 Wolf kill, Grant, with Jerry A. Rose. Reported to he .41i, e. 333 (R) Women: women novelists. II, 41 (L); woman mathematicians, 73, 107 (1..); obsession with sex details in Is bv intelligent women, 134 (Al; their emancipation. 531 1R); American women 722 (Al II 'omen at Work. Margaret Kennedy, 794 (R)

Women os I Ifa,porh, David Mitchell. 531 (R)

W oodcock, George: and 'early warning' legislation. 37 (PC); considering resigning from the Royal Commission on the Trade L nions, 753 (S) Woodcock. George, 4sio, Gods and (ities. 605 IR) Woods. Sara. Lieber Ciwain Murderers, 443 (R) Woolf, Harry. (ed.) Science as a Cultural Force. 144 (R) Woolwich-Frith plan, the, 361 (AA)

WOW Ad% Peter Hall. 298 (R)

It Orhl of Luke Simpson. I he, Vincent Biome, 174 IR)

ll'orhIs of Robert E. Sherwood, The, John Mason Brown, 473 (R) )York/ We Have Lost. The, Peter Laslett. 300 (R)

'Worse draw Protium; , 357 (Al

Worst .101I1711•Y in the World, The. Apsley Cherry-Garrard. 204 (R) Wretched of the Earth, The, Frantz Fation (trans. Constance Farrington). 266 (R)

Writer by Trade: .4 Fir...4 .4rnohl Bennett, Dudley Barker, 764 IR I Writers: left-wing and right-wing 'double standards'. 10, 40 IL); using other people's anecdotes, 660 (A F); authorship anb dusiness compared as careers, 163 (A/ Wyatt, Woodrow : his opposition to government policies, 721 (S); to appear before Labour party's liaison committee. 748 (PC). 785 (A)


Year is Enough, .4, 775 (LA) Year of the Conqueror, The, Alan Lloyd, 230 (R) Yeats, W. B.: quoted, 360 (L) lore Mar Smoke, Harcourt Kitchin. 479 (Cl) You Never Can Tell (Haymarket), 75 (AA) Young, Desmond. Member for Mexico. 473 (RI

Young, Marguerite. A liSs Macintosh. Mr Darling, 701 (R)

Your England Revisited, Ian Nairn, 473 (RI


effect of reducing imports from Rhodesia, 128 (A); uncertain attitude over trade with Rhodesia, 455 (LAI; President Kaunda threatens to propose Britain's expulsion from the Commonwealth met- Rhodesia policy. 651 (LA); preparing for full sanctions against Rhodesia, 717 (A)

Zambia, Richard Hall, 265 (R) Zones, Alexis Lykiard, 442 (R) Zulus, the, 606 (R) Adrian. Leslie. 21. 53. 86, 118, 147. 178, 206, 23i. 270. 305, 338. 382, 414, 447. 479, 508, 546, 579, 609, 643, 675, 708, 739. 768, 799 (Cl) AI!sop. Kenneth, 113 (R), 520 (A) Alvarez, A.. 169 (RI Amory, Mark Heathcoat, 689 (A) Anderson. Patrick, 297. 372. 701, 765 (RI Andrews. Lyman. 504 (RI Bailey, John. 47 (R) Beckerman. Wilfred. 491, 654, 720 (A) Beichman, Arnold, 319 (Al. 441. 666 (RI Bendixson, Terence. 109. 293, 361. 468, 761 (AA) Betjeman, John. 732 (R) Blake, Robert, 112 (R). 132, 394 (A), 502, 671 (RI Bonham Carter. Mark, 427 (A) Boyle. Sir Edward. MP. 426 (A) Bradbury, Malcolm. 766 (A) Braybrooke, Neville, 332. 472. 793 (RI Brien. Alan, 23, 54, 87. 119, 148. 179,, 207, 238, 256, 288, 324. 358. 401, 431 (AF), 462 (A), 494. 522. 564, 596. 627, 660, 690, 722, 756, 787 (AF) Brogan, Colm, 784 (A) Brogan, D. W., 32 (A), 77, 230. 541 (RI Brunner, John, 396, 778 (A) Buchan. V. ill iam, 144, 173. 203. 472, 575, 702 (RI Bull. John. 608, 643, 674, 708. 736, 768, 799 (E) Burgess, Anthony. 15, 47. 111, 201. 332. 365 (R), 462 (A), 471, 532, 574. 640, 731, 764 (RI Byrom, Bill, 232. 410, 574, 670 (R) Cameron. Ian, 632 (AA) Casserley, Christopher, 254 (A) Chandos, Lord. 657 (A) Chataway. Christopher. MP, 133 (A) Clark, Alan. 764 (R) Cline. R. A., 202 (RI, 216 (A) Cobban, J. M.. 68 (A) Cohen. J. M., 440 (R) Coogan. Tim Pat. 400 (A) Cook. Don, 64, 319 (A) Cox. C. B.. 77, 141. 298, 376, 411. 470. 502, 603. 638, 698. 797 (R) Crisp. Clement, 109. 198. 227, 327. 404, 500, 599. 664, 790 (AA) Crossley-Holland. Kevin, 669 (P) Crozier, Brian, 265. 766 (R) Curran, Charles. 8, 35. 69 (A) Custos, 19, 52, 83, 116. 146, 177, 205. 234, 268, 303. 337, 381, 413, 445. 478. 506, 544, 578, 609, 643, 673, 708, 736, 768, 799 (E) Daniel. Glyn, 411 (RI Daniel, John. 604, 733 (RI Davenport, John, 110, 170, 264, 537, 572, 796 (R) Davenport. Nicholas, 19, 51, 83, 115, 145. 175. 204, 233, 268, 303. 336, 380, 412, 445. 477. 505. 543, 576, 607. 642, 673, 735, 767, 798 (E) Davies, Gloria Evans, 533 (P) Davy, Richard, 193 (A) Denniston, Robin, 700 (R) Dick, Kay, 267, 639 (RI Donnelly, Desmond, MP, 96, 135, 163 (A), 171 (RI. 189, 223, 250, 352 (A), 375 (R) Egremont, Lord, 307, 383. 448. 509, 580. 644, 709. 769 (A) Erickson, John, 222 (A) Ewart, Gavin, 797 (P) Farrer, Austin, 408 (RI Fleming, Peter, 78, 366, 575 (RI Flew, Antony, 111. 144, 230. 636, 795 (R) Footman, David, 266, 640. 798 (RI Franklin, Harry, 717 (A) Fraser, Lady Antonia, 534 (RI Freud, Clement, 318 (A) Fyvel, T. R., 264 (R) Gainham, Sarah, 65, 157, 354. 399, 517 (A) Galloway, David D., 142, 301, 442, 765 (R) Gent. Maurice, 34 (A) Gilbert. Dorothy. 48 (P) Greene. Graham, 9 (A) Grimond, Jo. MP, 8 (A) Hamburger, Michael. 171, 795 (RI Hartford. John, 18 (R) Hastings, Osbert. 4, 64 (A) Henniker Heaton, Elizabeth, 703 (R) Hibbert, Christopher, 606, 700 (R) Higgins, John, 693, 729, 760 (AA) Ilingley, Ronald, 188 (A). 605, 668 (R) Hobsbaum, Philip, 203, 794 (P) Holland, H. J. A.. 778 (A) Hogg, Quintin, MP. 563 (A) Hollis. Christopher. 6, 37, 68, 98, 133, 158, 192, 218, 248, 280. 316, 348, 393 (P), 398 (A), 424, 456, 488. 516, 557, 588 620.

652 (P), 654 (A), 684, 716, 748, 776 (P) Holloway. John, 78. 376 (P), 407, 635 (R), 701 (P) Honey, P. J., 4 (A), 333, 539. 603 (R) Hood, Stuart, 42, 139, 197, 259 (AA), 323, 351 (A), 434, 497, 567, 693, 762 (AA) Hoyland, Francis, 73 (AA) Hutber. Patrick, 623 (A) Jacob, Alain, 132 (A) James, Robert Rhodes, 229, 501 (R) Jameson, Storm. 134 (A) Jenkins, Peter, 128, 254 (A) Jennings, Elizabeth, 80 (R), 173 (P), 202, 334, 704, 734 (R) Keller. Hans. 43 (AA) Kempton, Murray, 34, 69, 129, 156, 216, 249, 284, 354, 428, 459, 490, 592, 622, 686, 722. 750 (A) Kennedy. Ludovic, 489 (A) King, Francis, 231 (R) Knowles, David, 143, 763 (R) Kyle, Keith. 284 (A) Lawson, Nigel, 7, 38, 67, 99, 131, 161, 191, 219, 253 (S), 282 (A). 285, 321, 353, 397, 429, 461, 492, 519, 593, 625, 656, 688, 721, 753 (S), 779 (A) Lecanuet, Jean. 98 (A) Lerner, Laurence, 302 (P) Levy, Benn W., 163 (A) Linklater, Eric, 370 (Ft) Lothbury, 21, 52, 86, 116, 146, 177, 205, 234, 305, 337, 381, 413.

447, 478, 506, 544, 578 (E) Lucie-Smith, Edward, 107. 166 (AA) McBeth, George. 540 (P) McDouall, Robin, 143 (R) Maclnnes, Colin, 366, 668 (R) Macleod, lain, MP, 518 (A) MacRae. Donald G., 300 (R) Makeig, Hester. 51, 302, 443, 605. 700 (R) Maude, Angus, MP, 39, 101, 685 (A) Maudling, Reginald, MP, 162, 558 (A) Moss, Elaine, 702 (R) 7v1urarka, Dev, 5, 32, 189, 317, 398, 518, 749 (A) Nove, Alec, 221, 356 (A) Oakes, Philip, 442 (P1 O'Leary, Dillon, 357 (A) Pauker, Ted, 732 (P) Philidor, 18, 52, 80, 119, 149, 174, 207, 235, 269, 307, 334, 363, 415, 449. 478, 506, 546, 580, 612, 630, 676, 695, 739, 762, 801 (C) Playfair, Giles, 159, 754 (A) Plumb, J. H., 76, 142, 200 (R), 782 (A) Pryce-Jones, David, 659 (A) Pulzer, Peter, 251, 425 (A) Quigly, Isabel, 13, 43, 75, 140, 167, 199, 228, 260, 292, 330, 362, 405, 434, 469, 527, 570, 600, 695, 730, 762 (AA) Radcliffe, Lord, 590 (A) Raven, Simon. 264. 439, 471, 531, 636, 699 (R) Redgrove, Peter. 764 (P1 Rees, David, 377. 640 (R) Rees, Goronwy, 48, 374 (R) Reid, Charles, 12. 42, 108. 139. 168, 227, 261, 296, 327, 363, 435, 467, 497, 527, 600, 631, 663, 694, 729, 790 (AA) Richler, Mordecai, 371 (R) Robertson, Andrew, 236, 414 (A), 473 (R), 610 (A) Robertson, Bryan, 12, 73. 140, 168, 292, 326, 362, 438, 528. 571 631, 695, 730,- 791 (AA) Robertson, Jillian, 786 (A) Rodway, Stella, 706 (RI Rogers, David, 103 (A) Rosenthal, M. L., 112 (P), 172 (A), 333 (P), 368, 536 (A) Rutherford, Malcolm, 36, 128, 156, 395, 621, 653, 718, 777 .A) St John-Stevas, Norman, MP, 201 (R), 218. 252 (A) Sarkar, Chanchal, 255 (A) Scannell, Vernon. 50, 174 (R), 541 (P) Searle, Gerald. 664 (AA) Seldon, Arthur, 320 (A) Seymour-Smith, Martin, 113, 440, 671, 732, 794 (R) Sherman, Alfred. 16 (R) Slappey, Sterling G.. 785 (A) Spurling, Hilary, 14. 41, 75, 108, 137, 167 (AA), 195 (A), 191. 227

259, 293. 327, 361, 404, 435, 467, 496, 529, 570, 601, 632, (6).

789 (AA) Steed, Michael, 283 (A) Stewart, Oliver, 539 (R) Strix, 22, 86, 147, 206, 270, 339, 415, 480, 547, 611, 675, 740, 660 A)

Sza(muely, Tibor, 281, 490, 750 (A)

Tanner, Tony. 16, 331, 530, 602 (R) Thomas, Donald, 410 (P) Thompson, David, 260, 601 (AA) Thompson. J. W. M., 96, 322, 350 (A), 561, 783 (5) Thorne. Christopher, 504, 699 (R) Tremayne, Sydney, 143, 796 (P) Tube, Henry, 14, 74, 226, 406, 528, 567 (AA) Tugendhat, Christopher, 430 (A) Turnell. Martin, 46, 299 (R) Tylor, Mark, 36 (A) Uys, Stanley, 457, 622 (A) Vansittart, Peter, 17, 230, 378, 503, 705 (RI Walker. Ted, 535 (P) Watkins, Alan, 6, 37, 66, 97, 130, 160, 190. 217 (PC). 220 (41, 248, 280, 316, 348, 393, 424, 456, 488 (PC), 504 (R), 516, 551, 588 (PC). 605 (R), 620, 652, 684 (PC), 716 (A), 748, 776 1PC) Watson. Francis, 263, 474. 767 (RI Watt, David, 459, 687 (A) Watt, D. C., 48 (RI, 101 (A), 298, 408 (R), 460 (A), 573 (R), 624 (A), 733 (R) Waugh, Auberon, 562 (A) Wells, John. 287, 323, 351, 395, 430, 463, 520, 560, 596, 626, 656 689 (A), 722 (P), 785 (A) Whitehead, Sir Edgar, 100, 493 (A) Williams, David, 250 (A) Williams, Desmond, 114 (R) Williams, Gwyn, 231 (R) Williams, Shirley. MP, 426 (A) Wilson, Bryan, 458, 594, 751 (A) Wilson, Dick, 158, 752 (A) Wilson. John Rowan, 53, 118, 178, 235, 287, 358, 430. 493 1611.

537 (R), 560, 626, 658 (M), 670 (R), 690, 754 (M) Ycatman, Linda, 707 (R) Zulueta, Sir Philip de, 192. 589 (A)