Friday September 18, 2020

Anthology spanning the darkest of all the decades

The New Yorker Book Of The 40s: Story Of A Decade. Edited by Henry Finder with Giles Harvey. William Heinemann, €31.50 Reviewed by Jonathan O'Brien.

11th May, 2014
Edward G Robinson, Humphrey Bogart, Lionel Barrymore and Lauren Bacall in John Huston's Key Largo, the subject of Lillian Ross's 1948 New Yorker piece on anti-communism in Hollywood. Picture: Getty

The New Yorker Book Of The 40s: Story Of A Decade

**Edited by** Henry Finder with Giles Harvey

**William Heinemann,** €31.50

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