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The Bookman, June 1927 Issue
- 85 Articles, 168pp
  • [+] The Point of View
    (5 Reviews)
    , p. 369 - PDF
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    5. , p. 372 - PDF
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    , p. 373 - PDF
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    A Story
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  • (Verse)
    , p. 396 - PDF
  • [+] The All American Fiction Nine
    (9 Reviews)
    , p. 397 - PDF
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    2.  --- by Witter Bynner
      , p. 397 - PDF
    3.  --- by Stark Young
      , p. 397 - PDF
    4.  --- by Emily Post
      , p. 397 - PDF
    5. , p. 397 - PDF
    6.  --- by Bruce Bliven
      , p. 398 - PDF
    7. , p. 398 - PDF
    8.  --- by R.L. Duffus
      , p. 398 - PDF
    9. , p. 398 - PDF
  • , pp. 399-405 - PDF
  • (Verse)
    , pp. 406-407 - PDF
  • [+] The Sketch Book
    (3 Reviews)
    , pp. 408-409 - PDF
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    3. , pp. 412-415 - PDF
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  • (Verse)
    , p. 422 - PDF
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  • (Verse)
    , p. 425 - PDF
  • , pp. 426-437 - PDF
    Part VII
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    , p. 438 - PDF
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  • (Verse)
    , p. 443 - PDF
  • [+] In Answer to: Has America a Literary Dictatorship?
    (2 Reviews)
    , p. 444 - PDF
    1. , p. 444 - PDF
    2. , p. 445 - PDF
  • (Verse)
    , p. 446 - PDF
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    , pp. 452-453 - PDF
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  • (Verse)
    , p. 460 - PDF
  • [+]
    (99 Reviews)
    , pp. 461-464 - PDF
    Georgian Stories, 1926,
    1. Georgian Stories, 1926
    2. Revelry by Samuel Hopkins Adams
    3. This Day's Madness by Adelaide Champneys
    4. Young Men in Love by Michael Arlen
    5. The Immortal Marriage by Gertrude Atherton
    6. The Empress Might-Have-Been by Octave Aubry
    7. The Baby Grand, and Other Stories by Stacy Aumonier
    8. Dawn by Irving Bacheller
    9. Daphne Adeane by Maurice Baring
    10. These Frantic Years by James Warner Bellah
    11. Honor Bound by Jack Bethea
    12. The Woman Who Stole Everything, and Other Stories by Arnold Bennett
    13. Four O'Clock, and Other Stories by Mary Borden
    14. The Delectable Mountains by M. Struthers Burt
    15. The Behind Legs of the 'Orse, and Other Stories by Ellis Parker Butler
    16. Brother Saul by Donn Byrne
    17. Horizon by Robert Carse
    18. The Peat-Cutters by Alphonse de Chateaubriant
    19. The Return of Don Quixote by G.K. Chesterton
    20. The Mad Lover by Richard Edward Connell
    21. Shule Agra by Kathleen Coyle
    22. Sweepings by Lester Cohen
    23. The New Poor by Clarissa Fairchild Cushman
    24. When Is Always? by Coningsby Dawson
    25. Doomsday by Warwick Deeping
    26. Sorrell and Son by Warwick Deeping
    27. The Black Knight by Ethel M. Dell
    28. In Such a Night by Babette Deutsch
    29. An American Tragedy by Theodore Dreiser
    30. The Best Continental Short Stories of 1926 by Richard Eaton
    31. Galahad by John Erskine
    32. The Private Life of Helen of Troy by John Erskine
    33. The Sorcerer's Apprentice by Hanns Heinz Ewers
    34. Mother Knows Best by Edna Ferber
    35. Show Boat by Edna Ferber
    36. Love Lies Dreaming by C.S. Forester
    37. The Best Stories of Mary E. Wilkins by Mary Eleanor Wilkins
    38. Pretty Creatures by William A. Gerhardie
    39. The Young Anarchy by Philip Gibbs
    40. The Romantic Comedians by Ellen Glasgow
    41. Decadence by Maksim Gorky
    42. Under the Tonto Rim by Zane Grey
    43. Man's World by Charlotte F. Haldane
    44. The Canal Boat Fracas by Louise Closser Hale
    45. The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway
    46. The Restitution of the Bride, and Other Stories from the Chinese by E. Butts Howell
    47. Evelyn Grainger by George F. Hummel
    48. Children of Divorce by Owen Johnson
    49. Ann Decides by Robert Keable
    50. Red Love by Alexandra M. Kollontai
    51. Ulysse and the Sorcerers by Marius-Ary Leblond
    52. Painted Ponies by Alan LeMay
    53. Elmer Gantry by Sinclair Lewis
    54. Roman Summer by Ludwig Lewisohn
    55. Stories Near and Far by William J. Locke
    56. We All Live Through It by Harold MacGrath
    57. Rogues and Vagabonds by Compton Mackenzie
    58. The Band Plays Dixie by Morris Markey
    59. Lord of Himself by Percy Marks
    60. The Lingering Faun by Mabel Wood Martin
    61. Lud-in-the-Mist by Hope Mirrlees
    62. The Case of Bevan Yorke by W.B. Maxwell
    63. Cockades by Meade Minnigerode
    64. The Bird of Fire by Maria Moravsky
    65. The Dark Fire by Elinor Mordaunt
    66. Forever Free by Honore Willsie Morrow
    67. The Spanish Farm Trilogy, 1914 to 1918 by R.H. Mottram
    68. Chevrons by Leonard H. Nason
    69. Three Lights from a Match by Leonard H. Nason
    70. The Hard-Boiled Virgin by Frances Newman
    71. The Sea Gull by Kathleen Norris
    72. The Interloper by E. Phillips Oppenheim
    73. Tomorrow Morning by Anne Parrish
    74. The Marriage Bed by Ernest Pascal
    75. Black April by Julia Peterkin
    76. Peacock House, and Other Mysteries by Eden Phillpotts
    77. The Magic Garden by Gene Stratton-Porter
    78. East Side, West Side by Felix Riesenberg
    79. The Somber Flame by Samuel Rogers
    80. Mother and Son by Romain Rolland
    81. Red Damask by Emanie N. Sachs
    82. A Free Soul by Adela Rogers St. Johns
    83. Migrations by Evelyn Scott
    84. The Allinghams by May Sinclair
    85. Intimate Acrobatics by Donald Stites Fairchild
    86. The Plutocrat by Booth Tarkington
    87. High Winds by Arthur Train
    88. Starling by Christopher Ward
    89. Beau Geste by Percival Christopher Wren
    90. Mr. Fortune's Maggot by Sylvia Townsend Warner
    91. The Triumph of Youth by Jacob Wassermann
    92. Philopena by Henry Kitchell Webster
    93. Back of Beyond by Stewart Edward White
    94. Immortal Longings by Ben Ames Williams
    95. The Ardent Flame by Frances Winwar
    96. Springboard by Robert Wolf
    97. The Eye of Lucifer by Frederic F. Van de Water
    98. Jonah and Co. by Dornford Yates
    99. The Crescent Moon by Francis Brett Young
  • [+]
    (5 Reviews)
    , pp. 465-467 - PDF
    Tristram, by Edwin Arlington Robinson
    1. Tristram by Edwin Arlington Robinson
    2. Young Men in Love by Michael Arlen
    3. Cockades by Meade Minnigerode
    4. Pilgrims by Ethel Mannin
    5. Mother Knows Best by Edna Ferber
  • (Verse)
    , p. 468 - PDF
    1. Tristram by Edwin Arlington Robinson
    2. Young Men in Love by Michael Arlen
    3. Cockades by Meade Minnigerode
    4. Pilgrims by Ethel Mannin
    5. Mother Knows Best by Edna Ferber
  • [+] A Shelf of Recent Books
    (7 Reviews)
    , pp. 469-470 - PDF
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      (3 Reviews)
      , pp. 469-470 - PDF
      1. Michael Collins and the Making of a New Ireland by Piaras Beaslai
      2. Italy and Fascismo by Luigi Sturzo
      3. Fascism by Giuseppe Prezzolini
    2. [+]
      (2 Reviews)
      , p. 471 - PDF
      1. America Comes of Age by Andre Siegfried
      2. The Public Mind by Norman Angell
    3. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      , pp. 472-473 - PDF
      1. Street Lamps by Morris Abel Beer
      2. Selected Lyrics by Amelia Josephine Burr
      3. Cliff Dwellings, and Other Poems by Glenn Ward Dresbach
      4. The White Rooster, and Other Poems by George O'Neil
      5. Astrolabe by S. Foster Damon
      6. News of the Devil by Humbert Wolfe
      7. New Poems by Ford Madox Ford
      8. Red Flag by Lola Ridge
      9. Returning to Emotion by Maxwell Bodenheim
    4. [+]
      (2 Reviews)
      , pp. 474-475 - PDF
      1. Emerson and Others by Van Wyck Brooks
      2. Twelve Great Modernists by Lawrence F. Abbott
    5. [+]
      (Review)
      , p. 476 - PDF
      1. James Bryce by Herbert A.L. Fisher
    6. [+]
      (Review)
      , p. 477 - PDF
      1. Among Those Present by Lois Montross
    7. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      , pp. 478-479 - PDF
      1. The Development of Japanese Journalism by Kanesada Hanazono
      2. Journalism in Japan and Its Early Pioneers by Kanesada Hanazono
      3. Studies in Jokes by Yasotaro Morri
      4. Random Thoughts on Journalism by Sojinkwan K. Sugimura
      5. The Descendant of Cain by Takeo Arishima
  • , p. 480 - PDF
    1. The Development of Japanese Journalism by Kanesada Hanazono
    2. Journalism in Japan and Its Early Pioneers by Kanesada Hanazono
    3. Studies in Jokes by Yasotaro Morri
    4. Random Thoughts on Journalism by Sojinkwan K. Sugimura
    5. The Descendant of Cain by Takeo Arishima
  • , pp. 481-484 - PDF
    1. The Development of Japanese Journalism by Kanesada Hanazono
    2. Journalism in Japan and Its Early Pioneers by Kanesada Hanazono
    3. Studies in Jokes by Yasotaro Morri
    4. Random Thoughts on Journalism by Sojinkwan K. Sugimura
    5. The Descendant of Cain by Takeo Arishima
  • (Verse)
    , p. 485 - PDF
    1. The Development of Japanese Journalism by Kanesada Hanazono
    2. Journalism in Japan and Its Early Pioneers by Kanesada Hanazono
    3. Studies in Jokes by Yasotaro Morri
    4. Random Thoughts on Journalism by Sojinkwan K. Sugimura
    5. The Descendant of Cain by Takeo Arishima
  • , pp. 486-518 - PDF
    1. The Development of Japanese Journalism by Kanesada Hanazono
    2. Journalism in Japan and Its Early Pioneers by Kanesada Hanazono
    3. Studies in Jokes by Yasotaro Morri
    4. Random Thoughts on Journalism by Sojinkwan K. Sugimura
    5. The Descendant of Cain by Takeo Arishima
  • [+] In Brief Review
    (10 Reviews)
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    1. [+]
      Review
      The Revolt of Asia, by Upton Close
      (Review)
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      1. The Revolt of Asia by Upton Close
    2. [+]
      (Review)
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      1. The Autobiography of William Butler Yeats by William Butler Yeats
    3. [+]
      (Review)
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      1. Love and Morality by Jacques Fischer
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      (Review)
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      1. The Second Empire and Its Downfall by Ernest D'Hauterive, Napoleon III, and...
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      (Review)
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      1. The Problem Child by Alexander S. Neill
    6. [+]
      (Review)
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      1. Prose Preferences by Sidney Cox and Edmund Freeman
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      (Review)
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      1. A History of American Foreign Policy, 1776-1940 by John Holladay Latane and David W. Wai...
    8. [+]
      (Review)
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      1. Gray Songs by Mercy Baldwin
    9. [+]
      (Review)
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      1. Threads by Dorothy Quick
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      (Review)
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      1. Anatole France: The Degeneration of a Great Artist by Barry Cerf
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    1. Anatole France: The Degeneration of a Great Artist by Barry Cerf
  • [+] In Brief Review
    (2 Reviews)
    - PDF
    1. [+]
      Review
      On Writing and Writers, by Walter Raleigh and ...
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      1. On Writing and Writers by Walter Raleigh and George Gordon
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      1. A Book for Bookmen by John Drinkwater
  • [+]
    (8 Reviews)
    - PDF
    Young Men in Love, by Michael Arlen
    1. Young Men in Love by Michael Arlen
    2. Lost Ecstasy by Mary Roberts Rinehart
    3. Upton Sinclair: A Study in Social Protest by Floyd Dell
    4. Nocturne Militaire by Elliott White Springs
    5. Dunt Esk! by Milt Gross
    6. Man's World by Charlotte F. Haldane
    7. Pilgrims by Ethel Mannin
    8. Essentials of Golf by Abe Mitchell
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    (4 Reviews)
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    Village Communities, by Edmund deS. Brunner
    1. Village Communities by Edmund deS. Brunner
    2. The Pedagogy of Jesus in the Twilight of Today by Walter Albion Squires
    3. Your Thoughts and You by Kathrine R. Logan
    4. The Faith of the Roman Church by C.C. Martindale
  • [+]
    (7 Reviews)
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    River Thames, by F.V. Morley
    1. River Thames by F.V. Morley
    2. Chinese Central Asia by Clarmont P. Skrine
    3. The Latin Quarter, Past and Present by Jean Emile-Bayard
    4. Impressions of Old New Orleans by Arnold Genthe
    5. From Corsair to Riffian by Isabel Anderson
    6. The Valley of Arno by Edward Hutton
    7. Caravans and Cannibals by Mary Hastings Bradley
  • [+] In Brief Review
    (12 Reviews)
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    1. [+]
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      Anthology of Magazine Verse for 1926, by Willi...
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      1. Anthology of Magazine Verse for 1926 by William Stanley Braithwaite
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      1. Sir Francis Drake's Voyage Around the World by Henry R. Wagner
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      1. Stories and Dramas by Leo Tolstoy
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      1. British History for American Students by William Thomas Laprade
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    What Is the Christian Religion?, by Edward Lambe Parsons
    1. What Is the Christian Religion? by Edward Lambe Parsons
    2. Jesus' Teachings for Young People by Sidney Adams Weston
    3. Jesus and the Problems of Life by Sidney A. Weston
    4. Elementary Christianity by Cyril Alington
    5. The Making of a Minister by Charles R. Brown
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    1. What Is the Christian Religion? by Edward Lambe Parsons
    2. Jesus' Teachings for Young People by Sidney Adams Weston
    3. Jesus and the Problems of Life by Sidney A. Weston
    4. Elementary Christianity by Cyril Alington
    5. The Making of a Minister by Charles R. Brown