by Jossleyn Hennessy Sarvodaya (literally' the uplift of all ') was the word Mahatma Gandhi used to describe his ideal social order. Implicit is a considerable criticism of the more orthodox view of the welfare state, and Mr. Hennessy suggests that amidst much that seems Utopian Sarvodaya has substantial practical implications both for India and Britain.
Christopher Salmon talks about the recent book by R. P. Blackmur
Although it contains a number of literary studies-on Henry Adams , Melville, Henry James , and T. E. Lawrence among others-the theme of The Lion and the Honeycomb is rather the nature of criticism and the critic's function in society.
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