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Anglo-Saxons do not take kindly to hypothetical truth. We are impatient with hypotheses; we are not trained, as are the French, to juggle with contradictory theories.
He was educated at the University of Wisconsin and went to Europe for post-graduate studies on a Fulbright Scholarship. Deciding to stay in England, he had a part-time job teaching English at an American air force base, which he disliked. He began writing for "Sight And Sound" in 1956 and became a program officer for the National Film Theatre in London in 1959.