Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 11, 1962 · Page 20
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 20

Eureka, California
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Wednesday, April 11, 1962
Page 20
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-HUM-BOLD? STANDARD Wed., April I I , 1962, Page 20 BOOK BRIEFS . * * * * For Busy Readers Untied Tress Intcrnniiorial Moscow Interlude, by Charles W. Thayer (Harper $4.95 and Dust mi the I'avv by Robin .Ion-: kins (Putnam $3.95:) A common | Iheme, intermarriage between Easterners and Westerners, is handled with skill and compassion in these two modern novel. 1 ;. Roth authors have lived and worked in the countries they chose as settings. Thayer's book deals primarily with Russian- born Elena Mattock and her husband, Sam, public relations officer in the U. S. Embassy. Moscow. Apparently happy in her m a r r i a g e a n d a naturalized | American citizen. E l e n a wi'f-j corned their return to the Rus-j sian capital after 10 years' absence. It also gives her a chance j · to search for her younger brother, who had vanished during the (error. Buf his reappearance leads lo disaster for both Elena and Sam. Jenkins' novel is set in Afghanistan, a neighbor of Russia. It concerns an A f g h a n science teacher's efforts to marry an · Englishwoman he met while attending Manchester University. .-. -The American and British colo- ·Tiies in Kabul unite to save Laura ' JormstoneTrom what'they regard as a terrible mistake--interracial marriage with Abdul Wahab. Their efforts are almost disastrous but the intervention of an Afghan iprince first complicates, then helps unsnarl'the course of ^ t r u c love. ^China a n d . Her. Shadow, liy Tilmi- Monde (Coward - McCann ?5. This book by the noted European political commentator has .been translated from the French language,. Reporting on his visit to Communist China. Mende concludes t h a t .nothing can prevent that country from becoming "the decisive factor in human affairs" by the last quarter of this century. He sees great danger in mainland China's continued isolation f r o m International organizations. 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