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Lincoln Kirstein, to whom Madame Nijinskaia made acknowledgement as one of the contributors of material for her biography of her husband, will have an article on books on the dance worth translating in the January Literary World, the issue of which has been delayed until the fifteenth of this month.


Monday, Dr. Sandor Lorand, chief of the Mental Clinic at Mount Sinai Hospital, will start a course at the Rand School with his book, “Psychoanalysis Today,” as his text.


On March 7 Putnam’s will publish “Young Ward’s Diary” young Ward being Lester F. Ward one of the first American sociologist. Bernhard J. Stern, the noted sociologist. discovered the diary kept by Ward as a young than a record “that is full of the ardors and passions of a young man in love and eager for learning.”


The University of North Carolina publishes George Norlin’s “Fascism and Citizenship.” lectures on Fascism and nationalism and on the meaning and value of our American heritage, by the president of the University of Colorado.

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