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Inside Europe

Inside Europe

By John Gunther

Harper, 1936, 480 pp.

The correspondent of the Chicago Daily News, for some years in Vienna, now stationed in London, tries to diagnose Europe's malady by taking the pulse of its leading personalities. He finds the pulse high, the respiration quick and the tongue coated. An array of anecdotes and much informal but revealing data makes this one of the most readable of recent peripatetic accounts.