The Bookman: A Literary Journal, Volume 61

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Dodd, Mead and Company, 1925 - Literature
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Contents

Oppenheim James Literary Club Service
80
Ibáñez Vicente Blasco
87
Ward Artemus The Selected Works of Albert
100
Maupassant Guy de Saint Anthony
102
Sitwell Sacheverell The Thirteenth Cæsar 704
105
Choice
110
Rose of Jerichon The I Bunin
113
Osler William The Life of Harvey Cushing 699
116
Skiing Ornulf Poulsen
122
The Salvation of Sinclair Lewis
128
From Infancy to Childhood Richard M
128
McDougall William The Indestructible
134
McFee William The Lady and the Carpet
141
Today
143
Idealist The Story Ellis Parker Butler
150
Men Who Make Our Novels The Charles C
180
Merriman Henry Seton
186
Wassermann Edward A Young Americans
197
Weirick Bruce and Andrews Harry Lee Act
208
Fall Guy The James Gleason and George
215
Idee der Staataräson Friedrich Meinecke
216
Morton Martha
217
Terhune Albert Payson A Bibliography of 450
218
Metamorphoses Ovids Reprinted in Caxtons
222
Germinal Emile Zola
223
Prisonnier Chanceux
227
Little George Watson Dr Littles Dog Book
234
Professor How Could You? Harry Leon
239
Getting into Six Figures Arnold Patrick
240
Faris John T The Romance of Forgotten
246
Skyline Promenades J Brooks Atkinson 586
250
West Mary Mills
254
Lively Arts of America An Afternoon of the
255
Farrar John Amy Lowell Analyzes Creative
256
Mothers Recompense The
256
West Rebecca
268
Smedley Constance The Unholy Experiment 342
279
Publishers and the New Season The J F 104 210
311
Smith Richard M From Infancy to Child
329
Ferenczy Arpad Kunala
341
Rose of the World Kathleen Norris 80 217
342
Lagerlöf Selma Märbaka
343
Lives and Times Meade Minnigerode
345
Lodge Sir Oliver Atoms and Rays
360
Loeb Classical Library
367
Gobineau Arthur Count The Golden Flower 225
368
Snobbery and Books
369
Indiana Impressions
371
Gorman Herbert S E A Robinson and Some
377
Fitzgerald F Scott
383
Art for Philistia
384
Institute of Modern Literature at Bowdoin College
385
Great Book of the War The Editorial
389
Peace
390
A Parody
397
Lawrence Bishop William Henry Cabot
419
Gale Zona
442
Wharton Edith
443
Moult Thomas The Best Poems of 1924 602
466
Hervey Harry
504
Norris Charles
505
Vicarious Living Editorial
515
Rudwin Maximilian J A Historical and Biblio
516
The Passing of Hervey Allen
519
Wheaton Henry
544
Poetic Justice Poem
552
Rackham Arthur illustrator Where the Blue
554
Childhood
563
ForbesRobertson Sir Johnston A Player
580
Hill Grace Livingston Not Under the Law 693
584
White Company The A Conan Doyle
585
MacGowan Alice and Newberry Perry Shaken
592
History of American Idealism The
599
Random Letters from Many tries John
604
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606
Home Book of Modern Verse The Burton
616
Pajne Ralph D
618
Parsons Mable Holmes Songs of Many Waters
624
Ratcliffe Dorothy Una Nathaniel Baddeley
624
London Street Cries
654
Hope Anthony Little Tiger
672
Wife of the Centaur Filmed
685
49 A Novel of Gold George W Cronyn 310
688
So Big Edna Ferber 79 216 341 465 583
692
MacLeish Archibald The Pot of Earth
696
Keys of the City The Elmer Davis 340 348
703
Nansen Fridtjof Hunting and Adventure
712
Nègres
718
Paris de sa Naissance à
719
Passionate Flight The Martha Ostengo
721
Magee Harry E A Letter from
724
Hughes Glenn University of Washington
732
Garrick Gaieties
733
Viking Press
737
Shall We Join the Ladies? J M Barrie
737
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737
Williams Ben Ames
737
Hughes Hatcher
737
Mais S P
737
Williams Elizabeth A A Letter from
xxxiii
Readers Guide Book A May Lamberton
xxxiv
Male Raiment in Fiction Castner Browder 570
xxxvii
Patience Revived at the Provincetown Play
xl
New Note in Southern Literature The DuBose
xliii
Gaston Charles Robert Forum Papers 716
xlix
Winn Jane Francis
lxiii
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lxiv
Jesus Present Day Portraits of Charles Francis
SackvilleWest V
Sun Yat Sen and the Chinese Republic Paul
Worlds Classics The
Morgan Charles My Name is Legion
s Career Grant Overton
O Henry Memorial Award Prize Stories of 1924
Schreiner Olive The Letters of
Marks Percy
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