TWO WORLDS by Lester Cohen

TWO WORLDS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Philosophical journeyings -- long, interesting in the personal interpretations, rather than in the facts of the trip, which took him to Paris, Russia, through the Black Sea and on to Ceylon, India, China, Japan. The viewpoint is distinctly that of a journalist, in so far as sights and facts are concerned. The title indicates the message that we cannot deny the fact that we live in two worlds today -- the world of Communism, the world of outworn Capitalism. Not in any sense a guide book.

Pub Date: June 23rd, 1936
Publisher: Covici, Friede