All who read Savage Symphony will read with interest this story of what happened next -- after Eva Lips and her husband, the famous anthropologist, left Nazi Germany. We follow them through their patient struggle to find a place in their new homeland. In New York and Washington, among whites and blacks, educators and great jurists and plain people, we find them rediscovering liberty and friendship and faith. We share their experiences in scientific research, in social contacts, in the baffling struggle for citizenship. After the bite of Savage Symphony this is almost Pollyannaish in her admiration for the United States. The women she adores, the men she admires, the liberty she cherishes are expressed on almost every page. A first book on the list of a new publisher.