Elizabeth Gray Vining (review date 15 April 1962)
SOURCE: "Encounter With Grief," in New York Times Book Review, April 15, 1962, pp. 18-20.
[In the following review, Vining discusses the different strands that weave together to create Buck's A Bridge for Passing.]
This lovely book[, A Bridge for Passing,] is woven of three distinct strands: the making of a moving picture in Japan, an encounter with grief, and the gradually revealed portrait of a man of heart, vision and integrity. Each strand is separate, yet from the weaving there emerges...
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