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The editor and publishers wish to thank the following for their permission to reprint copyright material for the extracts quoted:

Edward Arnold Ltd and Listener for No. 92; Atlantic Monthly for No. 53 (copyright © 1950, by the Atlantic Monthly Company, Boston, Mass. ) ; Georges Borchardt, Inc., Hudson Review and Random House for No. 102 (copyright © 1957 George P. Elliott. First published in Hudson Review); Georges Borchardt, Inc., and New Yorker for No. 107; Canadian Forum for No. 67; Commonweal for Nos 16, 23 and 49; the late Cyril Connolly for No. 64, and New Statesman for No. 18; Contemporary Review for Nos 10 and 31; Current Digest of the Soviet Press for No. 85 (translation copyright 1950 by Current Digest of the Soviet Press) ; Editions Gallimard for No. 1; Evening Standard for No. 62; Farrar, Straus & Giroux and New Yorker for Nos 66, 73 and 95; Victor Gollancz Ltd for No. 27; Guardian for No. 39; David Higham Associates, Daily Telegraph and Esquire for Nos 103 (© Anthony Powell, 1968) and 106 (© 1969 by Esquire, Inc., first published in Esquire) ; Irving Howe and Harper’s for No. 105 (copyright © 1969 by Harper’s Magazine) ; Hudson Review for No. 26; Hutchinson Publishing Group Ltd and St Martin’s Press, Inc. for No. 77; Mrs Q. D. Leavis for No. 60; Golo Mann and Frankfurter Rundschau for No. 84; William Morris Agency and New Yorker for No. 22; Malcolm Muggeridge for No. II; Nation for Nos 5, 33, 44, 50, 65, 72 and 80; New Leader (New York) for Nos 42 and 81; New Republic for Nos. 6, 43, 52, 70, 94 and 97; New Statesman for Nos 4, 32 and 63; Conor Cruise O’Brien and Listener for No. 104; Observer for Nos 12, 79, 90 and 99; Partisan Review for Nos 61 and 75; A. D. Peters & Co. for Nos 3, 20 and 41; Philological Quarterly for No. 108; Henry Popkin for No. 100; V. S. Pritchett and New Statesman for No. 89; Peter Quennell and New Statesman for No. 14; Herbert Read Discretionary Trust for No. 86; Estate of Philip Rahv and Partisan Review for No. 82; Bertrand Russell Estate for No. 91; Mrs Vasiliki Sarant, Commentary and Partisan Review for Nos 25 and 54; Saturday Review for Nos 51 and 71; Secker & Warburg Ltd for No. 87; Society of Authors as literary representatives of the Estate of John Middleton Murry for No. 74;

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